23 April 2016 marks the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. It is a big event for United Kingdom and the whole world. The literature, cultural and academic communities are particularly … [Read more...] about 400 Years of Shakespeare and Beyond
Tourism is a significant sector that contributes to the development of a country’s economy and is of current interest to many people worldwide, specifically those who love to travel and those in the … [Read more...] about Celebrate World Tourism Day 2015
As we celebrate women’s month, it is only fitting that we look at the status of women in UK higher education and the roles assigned to them. The Observer recently published a report showing the lack … [Read more...] about Women in Higher Education
“The Greatest Show on Earth” which is happening this year in London kick-started with a three-hour opening ceremony on 27 July characterised by history, pageantry and even comedy. The list of … [Read more...] about 2012 London Olympics Begins – Students Amongst Those to be Given Free Seating
Every 23rd April England celebrates St George’s Day to honour its patron saint. Every country in the UK has a patron saint that was called upon when the country needed to be saved from its enemies. … [Read more...] about St George’s Day – England’s National Day and Shakespeare Day!