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Researchers from the University of Derby’s Business School have compiled a list of the Top 200 businesses in Derby and Derbyshire.

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University's Digital Learning Team wins ‘Optimising Student Experience’ category at the 2022 Catalyst Awards.

Gaia exhibition in 2019

Visitors to Derby Cathedral this autumn will be able to experience an astronaut’s view of the world when the stunning ‘Gaia’ artwork comes to the city, supported and sponsored by the University, as part of its worldwide tour.

Alvaston Infant and Nursery School teachers with kids from Africa

Local teachers from Alvaston Infant and Nursery School were given the opportunity to visit Africa to learn about different educational approaches, thanks to sponsorship from the University of Derby.

Signatories of the Civic University Agreement

A Civic University Agreement, developed by the University of Derby, has been launched in partnership with 15 other organisations from across the city and county.

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The University of Derby has been recognised at the Student Nursing Times Awards 2022 - taking home accolades for ‘Best Student Experience’ and ‘Outstanding Contribution to Student Affairs’.

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The University of Derby has launched a Levelling Up Impact Report in partnership with former Education Secretary Rt Hon Justine Greening.

University of Derby new business school in the city centre

Plans put forward by the University of Derby to build a Business School in the city centre have been approved.

iHub is based at Infinity Park Derby

Rolls-Royce Submarines has announced plans to open a new academy dedicated to nuclear training within the city. In partnership with the University of Derby, the site will create 200 new apprenticeships every year for at least the next 10 years. The academy is set to open in September 2022.

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A research project which aims to increase diversity in cultural and natural social prescribing programmes through shared training has been awarded £74,656 from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

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