July 2021 news
#LboroGrad welcomes thousands to campus
Graduation ceremonies for 2020 and 2021 graduates took place on the Loughborough campus from 19-30 July. More than 40 ceremonies were held across the two weeks, which welcomed thousands of graduates and guests to celebrate this special occasion.
VC Reflections on Success
As the University approaches the end of the academic year, we also mark the end of a successful chapter and begin preparing for the next, with a new strategy and leadership to take us forwards.
Loughborough family congratulates new graduates
Graduation ceremonies for 2020 and 2021 Loughborough graduates have been taking place on the Loughborough University campus since 19 July.
Share a message with Loughborough graduates this summer
Graduation ceremonies for 2020 and 2021 Loughborough graduates are taking place from 19-30 July 2021 on the Loughborough University campus.
Passion for Innovation at the heart of Martin Gossling’s career
Innovation is a theme that has been a constant throughout Martin Gossling’s career.
Currency exchange platform secures alumnus Benjamin top innovation award
When Benjamin Ndubuisi came to Loughborough University London to study from Nigeria in 2015 he found he was faced with a problem. It was difficult to transfer currency quickly and securely from home to the UK.
Alumnus releases autobiography to mark his seventieth birthday
Victor Adebayo Oke has released a book, ‘Seventy Steps Upon Mount Grace’, that looks back on his journey from Ikere-Ekiti (Nigeria) to Loughborough, and his 37-year career in engineering.
Alumni release new book to support Cancer Charity
Hannah Moorcroft-Jones and Emma Haynes have written a book, “I wish Mummy could…” in aid of a cancer support charity, the Hummingbird Centre.