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Research in action at BGU Health & Social Care seminar

The second in a new series of Health & Social Care seminars took place at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) last week.

Filed Under: health & social care

Wannabe teacher? Worried about your Skills Tests? We’ve got some good news for you!

The Department for Education has announced that thousands of would-be teachers are now eligible for three attempts at the professional skills tests theyfalse

Filed Under: pgce

BGU backed MOVE Project nears halfway point

MOVE is a 3-year project funded through the Big Lottery Fund and European Social Fund aimed at supporting people to gain skills and confidence to helpfalse

“Is this some kind of joke?” – BGU Present an Evening of Stand-Up Comedy with Tribute Artist Lee Lard

Join us at 7.30pm on Thursday 17 May for an evening of comedy as the one and only Peter Kay Tribute Act – Lee Lard – performs in The Venue at Bishopfalse

Filed Under: the venue, the venue lincoln

BGU Named Top Gold Rated Institution for Widening Participation in Higher Education

Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) is the top TEF Gold Rated University in the UK for widening participation in higher education.

BGU Lecturers Return to Thailand to Aid Education Reform

Academics from Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) are returning to Thailand on Friday to continue their overseas consultancy with the Thai government onfalse

Historian Tracy Borman Joins BGU for an Evening of Elizabethan Exploration

Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) are delighted to welcome Tracy Borman, renowned historian, Chief Executive of the Heritage Education Trust and Jointfalse

Filed Under: history

Why becoming a teacher could be the best decision you ever make

Teaching is one of the most rewarding careers available. For many people following the path of teaching can seem a daunting prospect, but few who take itfalse

Filed Under: teaching, teaching excellence framework, primary teaching

Winter Comes to BGU as Celebration of Women’s Voting Rights Continues with a Week of Unique Events

Throughout the 2017/18 academic year students and staff at Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) have been hosting events as part of Vote100, celebratingfalse

Filed Under: history, lincoln history

BGU Student's Wartime Drawings go on Display in Lincoln’s new International Bomber Command Centre

Two cartoons, drawn in 1940 and 1941 during the height of the Blitz by former Bishop Grosseteste University (BGU) student Betty Carpenter, are set tofalse

Filed Under: history, lincoln history