Research is an integral part of academic life at BGU and forms one of the defining characteristics of university culture. Research stimulates innovation in learning and teaching, informs our practices, pushes back the boundaries of knowledge and changes lives. Research is important to us at BGU for its intrinsic as well as extrinsic value and we support research among staff and students across the institution. I hope the pages within this section will give you an insight into the research going on at BGU and answer many of your questions.
At BGU research activity is focussed around five cluster areas. The clusters provide a supportive environment to encourage research, broker collaborative research opportunities, house research students and provide a point of contact for knowledge exchange partners.
The research clusters are:
- Children and Young People
- Identity, Culture and Communication
- Public Policy and Professional Practice in Education
- Transitions in Higher Education
- Wellbeing and Resilience
If you would like to find out more about the work of the clusters please click here. Thank you for your interest in research at BGU. If you'd like further information about our research activities and research profile please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Dr Kate Adams - Director of Research
T: 01522 583644