Articles from University of Birmingham

New project to support education for children with disabilities in war-torn countries gets £2.5 million

Some 85% of children with disabilities in Low- and Middle Income Countries have never attended school – but that could change thanks to a major new research project.

Homicides near schools negatively impact educational attainment

Researchers from the University of Birmingham (@UniBirmingham) and University of Surrey (@UniOfSurrey) investigated if exposure to homicides had an impact on educational outcomes.

Maths that feels good - Creating learning resources for blind students

An international team of researchers has developed a method for easily creating textbooks in Braille, with an initial focus on maths textbooks.

University of Birmingham’s research and education initiatives in Guangzhou create education programmes that produce 300 highly-skilled graduates a year

University of Birmingham’s ¥327 million boost to Guangzhou economy as successful partnership extended  The University of Birmingham’s work with its partners in Guangzhou contributes ¥327 million (£37 million) to the Chinese city’s economy every year - new figures show. 

University of Birmingham and Department for International Trade celebrates successful first year of partnership

The University of Birmingham and the Department for International Trade (DIT) has extended its work together after the success of a modern languages module aimed at giving languages graduates enhanced skills after they graduate.

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