News from 2023
Japanese Language Classes available on campus
The University is running in-person Japanese language courses on campus, open to anyone aged 18 and over.
Gain real world experience with our new Criminology master’s programme
Loughborough School of Social Sciences and Humanities is excited to offer a new Criminology MSc for 2024 entry.
CRSP- Celebrating 40 years of Social Policy research
For the past four decades, the Centre’s social policy researchers have collaborated with a range of partners, making a difference to the lives of millions of people, and helping them to live in dignity.
Loughborough ranked first in UK and 15th globally for advancing affordable and clean energy
The Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings have placed Loughborough University first in the UK and 15th globally for advancing Affordable and Clean Energy – the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 7.
Education costs parents at least £39 per week for secondary school kids
New analysis undertaken by the Centre for Research in Social Policy (CRSP) – for Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) – shows that parents typically need to find at least £39 per week for a child’s secondary school education and £19 for a primary-aged child.
How the brain stops us learning from our mistakes – and what to do about it
Visiting Professor of Social Inequities and Injustice Dr Pragya Agarwal discusses how our brains work to stop us learning from mistakes
Celebrating 10 years in the QS global top 100 for Communication and Media Studies
Loughborough has been ranked in the top 100 worldwide universities and 9th in the UK for Communication and Media Studies by the global QS higher education league table. 2023 marks the tenth consecutive year Communication and Media Studies has appeared in the top 100.