News and events
History graduate Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain's new book praised by Theresa May
Dr Jon Moran's new book, 'From Northern Ireland to Afghanistan: British Military Intelligence Operations, Ethics and Human Rights', available now
The Rt. Hon. Chris Grayling responds during House of Commons Live Justice Questions session 8 October
Research will look into whether today’s nuclear weapons are safe from computer hacking
New Channel 5 series plays to an out-of-date stereotype according to a University of Leicester Economics expert
Alexander Maskill, University of Leicester Politics student, wins the 2013 Terry Pratchett prize for first novel, with “The Hive”
Social work, social media and the Search for life on Mars: Free lunchtime lectures at Leicester Adult Education College
University of Leicester post graduate students to give free public talks
University of Leicester academics give their take on the political situation in North Korea
Political experts from the University have entered into the EU debate in a new blog
A military expert will give a lecture at the University of Leicester on the exercise of air power on Wednesday 20 March
Leading scholars to discuss new findings on the Conservative Party at the University of Leicester
University of Leicester to host conference reflecting on thirteen years of New Labour
University of Leicester to host Postgraduate Open Evening on Tuesday 19th March
University of Leicester selected to deliver new module
University of Leicester academic appears on live panel discussion hosted by the European Parliament and Business for New Europe
Diana Garnham, Chief Executive of the Science Council and former University of Leicester student, was bestowed an honorary degree of Doctors of Laws from the University of Leicester on Friday 25 January.
Co-director of Embrace Arts and alumnus feature in 2013 list
Please note that tickets for this lecture are now sold out.
A University of Leicester lecturer has given evidence on the economic implications of Scottish Independence for the United Kingdom.
Events for the fifth annual Leicester Literary festival are nearly fully booked, but you still have time to book for the closing talk