Graduation is nearly here and a cohort of students are about to embark on new lives as graduates. We know that beginning graduate life can be an overwhelming time so we’ve chatted with a few of our alumni who give their top tips and their favourite graduation memories.
Across the course of my year as Education Executive Officer, one of the points I have repeatedly made is the importance of a partnership between staff and students.
Whether it’s a kickabout with your friends on one of the free-use courts or if its boasting about our table topping BUCS performances every year, sport runs through our DNA across the campus.
This week, alongside a national campaign by Women in Sport, we’re sharing some of our sporting success from our female students, graduates and players.
The end of the academic year is in sight, and that can only mean one thing… summer! Once exams are out the way you might not know what to do with all your free time, but don’t panic – we’ve got a few suggestions to help you make the most of your time in Loughborough.
It’s #NationalTeaDay! Chemical engineering senior lecturer Dr Andrew Stapley gives his definitive step-by-step guide on how to make the best cup of tea.
Finding it tough to choose between Loughborough and another uni? Here are 10 reasons why you won’t regret studying here.
We’ve officially announced that Lord Seb Coe will be Loughborough’s next University Chancellor. But what does that actually mean?
Around 10 years ago my Grandad was diagnosed with arthritis of the hands. Since his diagnosis, the crippling disease has had knock-on effects on his health including Parkinson’s disease and an incredible difficulty to walk and speak.
We’ve explored some of the many quirks of Loughborough life that you just can’t explain to those outside the bubble.