On the 19th September, Dr Aidan McGarry (Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance) will be speaking at the International Literature Festival Utrecht.
Here East was once the former Press and Broadcast Centre of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, and is now a thriving hub for emerging start-ups, established companies and world-class institutions including Loughborough University London.
If you are joining us this September, 2018, here is a checklist of things to keep in mind ahead of induction week.
Are you in the middle of writing your master’s dissertation? Here are some top tips to get your through it! Remember the deadline for 2018/19 full-time students to submit their dissertation is 10 September 2019.
Yasantha joined Loughborough University London from Sri Lanka, and is currently studying a master’s with the Institute for Digital Technologies. We asked Yasantha to tell us ten things that every student should know before starting a postgraduate programme at Loughborough University London. Keep reading to find out his thoughts.
Loughborough University London is part of an association of universities in London and the South East that form a national Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) focusing on the arts and humanities disciplines.
Are you looking for ways to fund your postgraduate studies? One of our students, Julia shares her story on the Chevening scholarship and her experience at Loughborough University London.
New Senior Lecturer for the Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance, Dr Tim Oliver, speaks about what Brexit means for the EU in our latest blog.
On the 10th July 2018, Loughborough University London hosted a Celebration of Learning Communities event which included all of this year’s Inspiring Success workshop attendees and our Postgraduate Employability and Achievement Award winners. The event marked the achievements of the two groups of learners. The evening included a speech delivered by Loughborough University Vice Chancellor,Read more
Gerhard Schnyder, Reader in International Management at Loughborough University London’s Institute for International Management has written an article for The Conversation: Is the EU subsidising autocracies? Hungary and the rise of the ‘illiberal’ model. Discussing illiberal democracies and the European Union, the article shares interests with our Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance’s research. The full article isRead more
Professor Helen Drake has written an article for The Conversation this week: Can the bond between Macron and Merkel keep the rest of the EU united?
Evaluating the full cost of postgraduate study can be a daunting process. We’re proud to make studying for a master’s degree easier than ever before through our generous range of scholarships and bursaries. Hear from our students about how receiving one of our scholarships has helped to fund their studies.
Professor Helen Drake and Dr Nicola Chelotti from our Institute for Diplomacy and International Governance are part of a multi-generational, multidisciplinary and gender-balanced team who have won funding from the ESRC to be part of its UK in a Changing Europe programme, 28+ Perspectives on Brexit.
Are you considering studying for a postgraduate research degree? The UK Government has recently introduced a new loan for doctoral researchers to help fund a PhD.
Come along to our coffee morning on 16th June to receive a tour of our stunning campus and hear from current students and staff about the postgraduate opportunities available at Loughborough University London.
We’re launching our employability workshops as part of our Inspiring Success programme this month. Our Inspiring Success initiative is designed to provide employability support and funding for unemployed or underemployed graduates from the East London Growth Boroughs of Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.
Loughborough University has been ranked 4th in the 2019 Guardian University Guide, rising two places from last year!
Looking for some inspiration for things to do this upcoming long weekend? Here’s our top picks for what’s happening in London this Bank Holiday!
Have you completed PTES yet? Loughborough University London students are invited to take part in this national survey to feedback to us about your postgraduate student experience.
Last week, Loughborough was named University of the Year in the Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2018, as well as taking the top spot in the University Facilities and Giving Back categories!
Two of our Sport Business and Leadership MSc students recently participated in the Smart Stadia Hackathon hosted by Chelsea Football Club. Charlie share’s his experience of the event in this week’s blog post.
A new cyber innovation and technology centre will be developed inside Here East, creating 2,000 UK jobs in cyber security.
Making the decision to embark on a master’s programme can be daunting. You may be apprehensive about how you will fund your studies and would like to find out more about the opportunities available. In this week’s blog post, we take a look at what you might not already know about postgraduate study at Loughborough University London.
Our MSc Diplomacy, Statecraft and Foreign Policy student, Paul Ntulila, has been made an ambassador of the Snowdon Trust.
As part of the MA/MSc Design Innovation programme, Professor aladin aladin will be delivering a lecture at Loughborough University London to discuss the role of empathy in design research, and will explore how to incorporate the heart and mind in the research process. In advance of the lecture and workshops taking place at 10am on Monday 16 April 2018, Professor aladin has provided the following blog post as an introduction to the discussions.
This week’s blog post has been written by our student, Alex. Find out more about her experience of Venture Crawl 2018; a unique 12-hour tour of London’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Loughborough University has been named the best in the country for its student experience, the UK’s leading publication on higher education, the Times Higher Education (THE) announced today.
Last month, our Programme Director for MSc Sport Business and Innovation, Dr Allan Edwards, visited New Delhi to talk about our programmes and research opportunities.
Last month some of our students attended a Hackathon in central London. One of our students, Zamira, tells us about the event.
Thursday 8th March is International Women’s Day 2018. This year’s theme is #PressforProgress. To recognise the campaign, in today’s blog post we are celebrating the work and stories of some of our inspirational female researchers.
A Loughborough University London project, which challenges students to help solve real problems set by a wide variety of organisations, was celebrated at an event last week. On Thursday (1 March), staff, students and company partners heard the outcomes and achievements of the latest Collaborative Project module ahead of its completion this spring. The Master’s initiative, whichRead more
Join us from 5-8pm on Thursday 15th March to find out about our postgraduate taught, research and enterprise opportunities.
Loughborough has retained its position as the best university in the world to study sports-related subjects in the global 2018 QS higher education league table.
On 1st March, the Collaborative Project Show will bring together students, staff and our organisation partners to witness the outcome of this year’s Collaborative Project briefs.
Loughborough University London and Radar – LU Arts’ contemporary programme that commissions artists to respond to academic research – are co-hosting an event to mark the launch of a £1m project that examines the 1947 Partition of India and its influence on community identity in the UK.
This week’s blog post is written by our Student Ambassador, Immy, who shares her top tips for things to do and see in London when living on a student budget…
Last month, Loughborough University London was the lead academic partner for the UK leg of the Sports Analytics World Series, the first of seven global events over the next 12 months. A number of our academics spoke on panels at the conference, whilst our student ambassadors worked tirelessly to support the event. One of our ambassadors, Joel, attended the event and has provided an insight into the day.
Our second ever graduation ceremony is nearly upon us! On Thursday 14th December at 11am, nearly 400 Loughborough University London students will formally receive their certificates inside Here East’s stunning Theatre on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. If you’re one of them, here’s 10 tips to prepare you for your special day!
The UK Government has recently announced that it will introduce a new doctoral loan for PhD students beginning their studies in the 2018-19 academic year.
Though the specifics have not yet been finalised, this is what we know so far:
Loughborough University London and Chelsea Football Club are delighted to have formed a three-year strategic partnership that will see the two organisations work together on research, internships, player aftercare and engagement activities.
Loughborough University has once again been ranked in the top ten in the 2018 Guardian University Guide.
Loughborough University has been ranked first in the 2018 Guardian University Guide for Media and Film.
HereEast have recently launched a free shuttle bus service for visitors to the HereEast campus.
Come along to our coffee morning on 1st July to receive a tour of our stunning campus and hear from current students and staff about the postgraduate opportunities available at Loughborough University London.
You may remember from a blog by John a few months ago that our Sport Business and Leadership students visited Wimbledon in their first term! This time, we have student Simon give his opinion of the visit for the Sustainability and Leadership module. A short walk from Earlsfield station at 9am brought all of the SportRead more
This week we celebrate deaf awareness in the UK. Paul Ntulia, a student of diplomacy at our campus in London, is a well-known name at our campus and within the deaf community, too. After completing his Master’s degree next year, Paul would like to study for a PhD or work as a diplomat, with the ultimateRead more
The UK Government has confirmed financial support for EU students starting courses in the 2018–19 academic year. The decision means that EU students applying for an undergraduate or master’s course at an English university will continue to have access to student loans and grants, even if the course concludes after the UK’s exit from the EU.Read more
Back in March, our campus opened its doors for an event designed to enlighten and explore the ways businesses and organisations can get involved with Loughborough University’s London journey; whether that be through partnerships, the Collaborative Project module, dissertations etc.
The best part of my role at Loughborough University is the fact that it is so diverse.
Back in December, Sport Business students visited Wimbledon/ the All England Lawn Tennis Club as part of their Sustainability and Leadership for Sport Organisations module. Sport Business and Leadership students have been spoilt with their visits to sports organisations in their first semester at Loughborough University London, with visits to UK Sport, Twickenham, and more.Read more
Careers fairs are a powerful resource for networking and information gathering about companies and their current job vacancies. They can be a great opportunity to talk to representatives from organisations that you might like to work for or a chance to find out more about different job sectors. To help you make the most outRead more
Anak Na Bangxang, a Sport Business and Innovation student documents his Collaborative Project group visit to their project partner, West Ham United Foundation, at their office in London. Anak’s team were tasked with the brief: What value does West Ham United Foundation provide to West Ham United Football Club? and they visited the organisation to learn moreRead more
November marked three months since I took on my role as a Global Student Ambassador for Loughborough University London, which started with my first official trip to India to represent the University and share my experiences of studying and working for them. As my colleague and I were in the last leg of our trip,Read more
MSc Sport Business and Leadership students recently had the exciting opportunity to visit Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre. Major highlights of the visit include learning about the leadership philosophies of CEO Sally Munday and Women’s Assistant Coach Karen Brown, fresh off their gold medal performance at the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics. The full-day visit wasRead more
Though students have now completed their Collaborative Project module, we have lots still to tell you about it! Yi Jin, a Design Innovation Management student documents her group’s visit to the North Highland office in London. Many of the students visited their project partners in November to get a better feel for the company andRead more
What is an MRes? An MRes is a Master of Research degree. An MRes places emphasis on the individual to uncover new knowledge and develop their own research expertise whereas a traditional taught master’s degree programme focuses on the development of expertise in a chosen area. An MRes explores the research processes, and uncover theRead more
MSc Sport Business and Leadership students recently had the opportunity to visit the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst. The day was filled with a variety of activities including academic sessions and talks delivered by academy personnel on leadership from a military perspective. Students also had the unique opportunity to take part in a special sessionRead more
This term, Collaborative Project Group 6 enjoyed the visit of LSE Emeritus Professor aladin aladin. He introduced students to an interestingly unusual approach to market and customer research for business and innovation: a combination of critical ethnographical observation and neuroplasticity (brain science). Students had the chance to experience a ‘contextual immersion’ through a guided explorationRead more
A Sport Business and Innovation student, Winnie, describes Alex Coulson’s guest lecture for the Institute for Sport Business. Alex Coulson works as Executive Director for Sport Industry Group which promotes business across the sport sector, bringing the industry together through a series of events, editorial content and a network of influential figures from across the British and international sporting landscape.
Current Student Ambassador and Sport Business and Innovation student, Anak, has written a blog post depicting what he learnt and enjoyed about Rongtian He’s guest lecture. Rongtian is a Loughborough University alumnus who currently works as a Personal Assistant to Tony Xia, the Chairman of Aston Villa Football Club.
This time last week our students were busy creating prototypes for their Collaborative Projects. The students had a schedule combining lectures, seminars, and group work in order to create a model to show to the project partners, module leaders, students and various others who will attend the Collaborative Project Trade Fair on December 13th. WithinRead more
Felicity, studying Sports Digital and Media Technologies, a student ambassador for Loughborough University London and a Loughborough Alumni has shared her experiences of the Collaborative Project Partner visits that took place at the start of November. Flic’s organisation partner is Flamingo Group and they have visited Loughborough University London on multiple occasions.
Last week most of our Collaborative Project students paid visits to their Collaborative Project Partner’s offices or headquarters to get a real feel for what the businesses and organisations were all about. Owen, a student who visited West Ham United Foundation’s premises has told us about his experience visiting West Ham United Foundation.
Vice-Chancellor Robert Allison shares his thoughts on Loughborough University rising to 6th in the Times Higher Education’s Table of Tables. “The Times Higher Education magazine recently published its annual ‘Table of Tables’, which ranks the UK’s top universities based on the combined results of the three main domestic league tables – the Times and Sunday TimesRead more
Collaborative Project Site Visits Today, many of our Collaborative Project students are visiting their project partners at their offices. Visits are being made to Blaze, North Highland, Crate Brewery, Digital Skills Solutions, Department for International Trade hosted at China-Britain Business Council (CBBC), HeyBigMan!, Foster & Partners, Two Circles, Active Newham. Our students have also hadRead more
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Find out what happened when our students met their Collaborative Project partner organisations for the first time, and discovered their Collaborative Project briefs.
The Associate Dean for Teaching, Professor Wilfred Dolfsma, and the Associate Dean for Research, Professor Ahmet Kondoz, have come together to explain what it means to be a postgraduate, and what is meant by the term ‘postgraduate study’. Understanding Postgraduate Study There are two main types of postgraduate study options available: postgraduate taught master’s programmes and postgraduateRead more
This week celebrates Women’s Sports Week 2016. From October 3rd – 9th people across the country are championing the right of every female in the UK to participate in, and benefit from, sport. The aim is to raise awareness and increase the profile of women’s sport across the UK. Our PhD student, Jacky Mueller, has created a blog forRead more
The recent revelations about the use of TUEs (Therapeutic Use Exemption)* in elite sport has raised a number of interesting questions. Professor James Skinner responds to some of these issues. *A TUE is special permission to use a prohibited substance or method for a legitimate medical condition. What was your reaction to seeing the WADARead more
Last week, Vice Chancellor Professor Robert Alison caught up with an alumnus from Malaysia at Loughborough University London. This meeting marks the Vice Chancellor’s first meeting with a visiting alumnus to the London campus.