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Look after yourself, be organised and find the revision method that works best for you. These are some of the top tips from University of Derby experts for students as they prepare for their mock A-level exams over the coming weeks.

Stephen Dudderidge has been appointed to the role of Chief Operating Officer at the University of Derby

The University of Derby has appointed Stephen Dudderidge to the new role of Chief Operating Officer, to drive forward the University’s strategic ambitions and future growth.

Councillor Tricia Gilby and Professor Kathryn Mitchell

The University of Derby and Chesterfield Borough Council have signed a new strategic partnership agreement to establish a closer working relationship and recognise shared ambitions between the two organisations. 

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The University of Derby’s Business School has achieved European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) Programme Accreditation for its BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance course, the first of its kind in the UK to do so.

Dr Mark Faghy at 10 Downing Street

Dr Mark Faghy, Associate Professor in Respiratory Physiology at the University of Derby, was among a group of selected guests who visited 10 Downing Street yesterday to hand in a letter calling for government funding for research into long Covid.

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A programme that supports organisations to develop green energy and carbon reduction schemes in Derbyshire has won a category at this year’s Innovation Awards.

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Three University of Derby academics have been added to the ‘World Ranking Top 2% Scientists’, a global list created and updated annually by Stanford University.

Bryan Steel

Double Olympic cycling medallist Bryan Steel has joined the University of Derby’s Team Derby Performance Sport Cycling as Head Coach.

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A leading Derby child protection expert and the founder of a charity supporting vulnerable women are among those receiving honorary degrees from the University of Derby later this month.

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Staff at Alstom’s Derby site are to benefit from dignity, respect and wellbeing training after the University of Derby successfully secured a contract to deliver a dedicated programme of activity to the company. 

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