Category: Education


Dr Stuart Archer, Researcher Developer at the University of Derby, looks at why academics need to communicate their research and why academic writing is so important.

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Postgraduate research student Kiran Singh discusses the creation of the University's Decolonisation and Literature Network, why it is important to decolonise the literary canon, and the value of hearing from different voices.

Nurses at Derby

Denise Baker, Head of School - Allied Health and Social Care at the University of Derby, discusses how online apprenticeships could help revolutionise the NHS workforce.

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We explore the civic role of a modern university in the UK and ask: Can people talk about the university in their city with pride and awareness?

Alex Baugh, Schools and Colleges Liaison Assistant, discusses why going to university is good for your career and why it's a good investment.

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Masters student Jill Baker takes us through her approach to flexible study and how it is helping her to achieve her postgraduate degree.

Senior Schools and Colleges Liaison Assistant Amy Fairbrother gives us tips on how teachers should write reference for students applying through UCAS.

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Dan West, Policy and Research Lead at the University of Derby, discusses why equality and social mobility are crucial for universities.

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You may have heard about your tutors and the academic staff who support you, going to conferences to present and learn about the latest research and thinking. Perhaps you have been to a conference yourself? But if you have not, what are they? And why should you want to go?

Poppies in a field

The University of Derby's Professor Keith McLay writes about Remembrance Day, leadership and the lessons from history.