Three Barrow Sixth Form College students achieved silver awards in this year’s UK Chemistry Olympiad.
A new logo, created in readiness for the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the inauguration of the University of Cumbria, has been launched.
Staff and students are celebrating after Barrow Sixth Form College became the first in Cumbria to be awarded Leadership Academy Status.
Business representatives from across Cumbria attended the launch of a £2.1 million project to help small and medium sized businesses in the county.
The University of Cumbria has successfully applied to be registered as an apprenticeship training provider by the Skills Funding Agency.
Over 60 prize winning apprentices, their employers and assessors attended this year’s annual celebration of apprentices at Kendal College.
A wave of healthcare apprentices from the area's hospitals are taking a step towards a nursing degree after completing their training on the wards.
Pupils got kitted out for hands-on activities with apprentice mentors during a visit to global healthcare company GSK.
The University of Cumbria his forging new links with employers to help them make the most of higher level and degree apprenticeship schemes.
Around 40 different businesses, voluntary organisations and universities will exhibit at Kendal College’s Careers Fair on Tuesday, March 7.
Three student nurses from the University of Cumbria have been shortlisted in the prestigious Student Nursing Times Awards.
Adult nursing student Zoe Butler has beaten hundreds of entries to be shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
Talented musicians have raised £100 towards the charity Jo’s Appeal in a concert featuring recitals, monologues and songs from the musicals.
Furness College has been honoured by receiving chartered status in London.
Barrow Sixth Form students will be able to study A level design and technology from September thanks to an innovative new partnership.