22 July 2014
11 July 2014
Dr Christopher Wiley delivered a paper at the 'Words About Music' conference held at Monash University Law Chambers, Melbourne on 12 April 2014, attended by scholars from across Australia and the UK representing musicology, literature, history, and sociology.
7 July 2014
On Monday 30th June, Professor Phil Powrie, Executive Dean for the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences and Professor Breen-Smyth, Associate Dean International visited the Taipei Representative Office in London to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Taiwanese Government.
17 June 2014
This year all FAHS final year undergraduate students were invited to apply for a prize of £50 cash, for achievement in international work in relation to their performance of study and/or area of specification.
Lead Interpreter Dr Kevin Lin from China teaches on the MA Business Interpreting in Chinese and English
12 May 2014
A lecturer on the MA Business Interpreting in Chinese and English (BICE) at the University of Surrey, Dr Kevin Lin OBE is the Lead Interpreter (Chinese) of the Foreign Office of the UK Government and has interpreted for the Queen, four Prime Ministers and generations of leading politicians. He regularly works in subject areas where the margin for error is zero - Tibet, Taiwan and Human Rights among them. His repertoire ranges from climate change to law, from economics to insurance, from engineering to derivatives.
Prof Vince Emery represented the University at the International Exhibition & Conference on Higher Education, Riyadh
30 April 2014
Professor Vince Emery and Aqila Kaleem represented the University at the International Exhibition & Conference on Higher Education (IECHE) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from 15th to 18th April.
21 March 2014
The International Relations Office recently hosted a visit by a delegation from the University of Malaya led by their Vice-Chancellor, Professor Dato’ Dr. Mohd Amin Jalaludin.
7 March 2014
17 February 2014
Several promising students pass Guildford School of Acting auditions held at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts.
11 February 2014
6 February 2014
Surrey has achieved 39th position in the prestigious Top 100 List, based on the International Outlook indicator from the Times Higher Education World University rankings for 2013-14.
5 February 2014
The University of Surrey has been ranked in the top 50 of the world’s most international universities by the Times Higher Education (THE).
Pro Vice-Chancellor of International Relations, Professor Vince Emery attended the launch of the Global Innovation Initiative at Lancaster House
21 November 2013
The Global Innovation Initiative at Lancaster House was supported by Martin Davidson CMG, Chief Executive, British Council; Rt Hon. David Willetts MP, Minister for Universities and Science, UK and The Honorable Matthew W. Barzun, Ambassador of the United States of America.
Katie Sharpe from the International Student Recruitment team at Surrey meets students at the University of Central Florida (UCF)
21 November 2013
Katie Sharpe meets students at the University of Central Florida (UCF) who are coming to Surrey for the Spring semester together with Surrey students currently spending a semester at UCF’s Rosen School of Hospitality.
21 November 2013
Prof Gurmohan Singh Walia, Vice-Chancellor of the Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University and Dr Dharminder Singh Ubha, Director of Education of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) visited the University this month.
Surrey’s most successful Study and Work Abroad Fair was held this week for first and second year students.
15 November 2013
The fair was held this week for first and second year students thinking of spending part of their degree at one of our partner universities, working abroad in Europe with Erasmus funding, doing a lab placement at a UGPN partner in Brazil or attending a summer school in Seoul (South Korea) or Ribeirão Preto (Brazil).
13 November 2013
Margaret Westwood met Aimee Felone to hear about Aimee’s time at the University of Central Florida (UCF)
23 October 2013
Margaret Westwood, who annually has donated a bursary for one of Surrey’s students spending a year in the USA, met Aimee Felone and Professor Vince Emery, PVC International Relations to hear about Aimee’s time at the University of Central Florida (UCF).
17 October 2013
Science without Borders, Erasmus and Exchange students enjoyed watching Surrey United play the Durham Wildcats during their first few weeks at the University of Surrey.
23 September 2013
Following a national competition for all Student Unions to enter a competition to win Jenson Button's race helmet from the 2013 British Grand Prix, the Santander judging panel awarded the first prize to the University of Surrey Students' Union.
18 September 2013
A warm-hearted welcome by the School of Psychology to our new PhD students from São Paolo.
12 September 2013
A Poster Exhibition held at the University on the 4th September 2013 marked the culmination of the summer placements completed by Surrey’s 41 Science without Borders students.
5 September 2013
The inaugural Robert Earl Scholarships have been awarded to students across the School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
5 September 2013
BSc Accounting & Finance student Stephanie Lee has been awarded the DUO Singapore Exchange Fellowship Award to help fund her exchange at Nanyang Technological University this coming autumn semester.
29 July 2013
Pro Vice-Chancellor (International Relations), Professor Vince Emery comments on the higher education global market
26 July 2013
A group of 26 students from SII DUFE in Dalian, China accompanied by two members of staff which included Dr Lei Xiaomin, the Party Secretary and Deputy Dean at SII, DUFE have just spent an enjoyable week at the University of Surrey.
21 June 2013
The International Relations Office recently hosted a visit from Ambassador Tibor Nagy from Texas Tech University to discuss ways of enhancing the interaction between the two universities, especially in the fields of student mobility, opportunities for PTY placements, and research interactions in engineering.
20 June 2013
Annette Kratz attended the NAFSA Conference in St Louis, USA.
The Study Abroad Coordinator from the University of Central Florida visited the University of Surrey
20 June 2013
Maureen Waked, the Study Abroad Coordinator from the University of Central Florida visited the University of Surrey
17 June 2013
Ambassador Tibor Nagy Jr. Vice Provost for International Affairs at Texas Tech University on a visit to University of Surrey with ProVice Chancellor Vince Emery and Associate Deans Professors Paul Smith and Marie Breen-Smyth.
15 May 2013
Read the first issue of the IAS (Institute of Advanced Studies) newsletter here.
14 May 2013
A group of Surrey’s 'Science Without Borders' students recently made short presentations to undergraduate and masters’ students.
Vince Emery and Annette Kratz represented the University at the International Higher Education Exhibition in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
30 April 2013
Professor Vince Emery and Annette Kratz represented the University at the International Higher Education Exhibition in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
30 April 2013
The International Relations Office recently took a group of ‘Exchange’ and ‘Science Without Borders’ students on a cultural outing to Polesden Lacey, a beautiful Edwardian house and garden set deep in the rolling Surrey countryside and one of the National Trust’s top 10 most visited properties in the UK.
24 April 2013
Professor David Uzzell (Psychology) is co-convening and teaching a module on ‘Climate Change and the Trade Union Response’ for the MA in Labour Policies and Globalisation, which is offered by the Global Labour University (GLU) at the University of Kassel in Germany.
10 April 2013
I chose to study at the University of Surrey because of its environment, cultural diversity and high graduate employment rate.
14 March 2013
Published each semester, Global Surrey will showcase the wealth of international activities being undertaken at Surrey, from high impact research through to student mobility.
12 March 2013
Tamsin Stirling, a final year Business Management and Spanish student has just completed two work placements in Spain as part of her Professional Training Year abroad, encompassing both elements of her degree; one working in the marketing department of a tapas and olive oil company in Córdoba and the other as an English language conversation assistant in a language school in Santander, two very different experiences but both equally as valuable.
University of Surrey Features in the 2013 Youth Incorporated Top 100 Global Universities for Undergraduate Study
11 March 2013
The India based Youth Incorporated, Education Times and rediff.com have just published their latest global rankings for Universities.
7 March 2013
As a dance practitioner it was very important for me to do a one year MA and to combine my practice with theory. Besides, I was looking for a course that positions dance clearly within a study of culture, as I wanted my dissertation to focus on contemporary understandings of Turkish folk dance. The MA Dance Cultures was exactly that.
6 March 2013
Interview with David Frohlich, 28.2.13
What is your background and why did you come to study for a PhD at Surrey?
I did my BSc and MSc at the faculty of Industrial Design at Eindhoven University of Technology. While I was doing my graduation project my thesis supervisor told me about a Microsoft PhD position that was coming up, which was a collaboration between Industrial Design, Microsoft Research, and the Digital World Research Centre in Surrey. I was very interested in the project and thought it was a great opportunity so when I applied and got accepted I came over to be primarily based in Surrey for this PhD. I am formally registered in the Department of Sociology.
6 March 2013
The Brain and Behaviour Research Group recently obtained £5000 mobility funding from Banco Santander to host Gilson Vieira, PhD student at the University of Sao Paul.
Gilson will spend 3 months at the University of Surrey to work with Professor Sterr on a project studying brain plasticity of the motor system
6 March 2013
Monday 4th - Saturday 9th March
14 February 2013
Since 1990 there have been significant developments in the sociology of childhood regarding theorising childhood and understanding children’s lives. However, this has generally been built on empirical studies of children from primary school age upwards, whilst the lives of children in early childhood, ie pre-school, has largely been the province of developmental psychology, pedagogical sciences, and family sociology.
11 February 2013
11 February 2013
Tina Balke and Nigel Gilbert have been awarded a grant from the UPGN scheme for a project in collaboration with the Universities of São Paulo and North Carolina State to study the influence of norms and sanctions on governance. Society is increasing its dependence on information technology in order to deal with more complex environments, such as socio-technical systems.
28 January 2013
Grants of up to £2000 are available to enable staff to develop links with staff at universities that are members of the Santander Universities Network.
That network includes 100s of universities across Latin America as well as top universities in China (e.g. Peking, Tsinghua and Shanghai Jiaotong), the USA (e.g. MIT, Princeton and New York University) and elsewhere.
11 January 2013
The international collaboration with the Neuroscience group (Psychology Department) in 2012 was a unique opportunity to develop a top-level, innovative and interdisciplinary research. This cooperation was not only fruitful in terms of papers, but also crucial to the interchange of students, experiences and to establish future joint projects." João Ricardo Sato (Assistant-Professor at the Universidade Federal do ABC, Brazil).
17 December 2012
This morning I had the pleasure of attending the Christmas Cabaret at the Guildford School of Acting.
14 December 2012
Duncan Allardyce spent nearly 8 months at the University of Groningen, Department of Molecular Chronobiology on an Erasmus work placement.