The world’s first course for professionals who are responsible for the whole-person wellbeing of elite athletes has been launched in Europe.
Three Loughborough academics have been appointed to the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) advisory groups, to review the 2022 Subject Benchmark Statements.
Loughborough University is among the first group of institutions whose degree programmes have been accredited by the Society for Natural Sciences (SNS).
Loughborough Sport has landed a knockout blow as heavyweight Olympic bronze medallist Frazer Clarke has chosen the University as his new training base.
Loughborough University has appointed Alexandra Owen FCA as its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
The Chief Executive of HS2 Ltd, Visiting Professor and Loughborough alumnus, Mark Thurston has been awarded an honorary degree by the University.
The Government has given the green light for a new £13m East Midlands Institute of Technology (IoT).
Athletes, coaches, and practitioners from Team England will use Loughborough University as an immersion camp ahead of next summer’s Commonwealth Games in Birmingham.
The University’s campaign to highlight research and expertise linked to COP26 has seen more than 100 news, broadcast and radio appearances by Loughborough’s academics and experts.
Loughborough University today launches its COP26 campaign to highlight the work being done by academics and researchers which supports the United Nation’s biggest climate change targets.
Loughborough University has received a £2m Strategic Equipment Award from EPSRC to invest in a new state-of-art ‘thin film’ equipment – the first of its kind in the UK.
Loughborough-based boxer Richard Riakporhe has given a blunt prediction for his bout against Polish fighter Krzysztof Twardowski at Wembley Arena next month… “pain.”
Loughborough has been named University of the Year for Sport by The Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2022.
Loughborough University has joined forces with global technology giant Tech Mahindra, a leading provider of digital transformation, consulting and business re-engineering services and solutions.
As the curtain comes down on a fine summer of Olympic and Paralympic sport, many of us will be left feeling inspired by events out in Tokyo.
The Head of Building Performance Services at BRE (Building Research Establishment) and Loughborough alumnus, Dr Shamir Ghumra is joining the University as a Visiting Professor.
Hannah Cockroft produced a dominant performance in the women’s T34 800m to win an emphatic gold medal on the final day of athletics action in Tokyo.
Loughborough-linked athletes helped Great Britain to three more Paralympic medals after a night of sporting drama at the National Stadium, Tokyo.
Alumnus Jonathan Broom-Edwards won a stunning high jump gold for GB at the Paralympics as Loughborough’s medal total at the Games grew to 17.
Daniel Pembroke threw a huge Paralympic record to win Great Britain’s first-ever gold medal in the men’s F13 javelin.
Loughborough University alumnus Dan Greaves has made history by becoming the first Briton to win a medal in athletics at six successive Paralympic Games.
Loughborough University alumna Crystal Lane-Wright completed a historic hat-trick of medals for ParalympicsGB by winning silver in the women’s C4-5 road race.
Loughborough Sport is pleased to announce that Europe’s leading alkaline ionised water provider, Actiph Water, has become its new official water partner.
Loughborough athletes Crystal Lane-Wright, George Peasgood, and Olivia Breen all produced medal-winning performances on day seven of the Paralympic Games.
Louise Sugden and Jonnie Peacock both won dramatic bronze medals on day six of the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.