DMU students are being targeted by fraudsters to act as ‘money mules’

Criminals are targeting international students at DMU through online job adverts posted on social media and phone calls pretending to be from the Home Office.

Media Employers come to DMU

BBC Asian Network radio presenter, Bobby Friction and Kamlesh Purohit, Deputy Managing Editor, for BBC Radio Leicester were two of a number of guest speakers who participated at De Montfort University’s first employability event for students studying Media, Computing and Engineering subjects.

DMU Theatre Society performs spectaculathon to packed audience

De Montfort University’s Theatre Society performed a Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon to a packed Y Theatre audience on Sunday (MAR17).

The Purge Review: Great comedy, awful horror

The Purge is an excellent theory that, if it were real, would provide the perfect opportunity to hop on a plane, fly to New Orleans, visit the USA Network studios and torch any and all remnants of this pitiful excuse for a show.

Leicester steampunk bar ‘gearing up’ to host live music in the future

A steampunk bar in Leicester that opened three weeks ago has announced its plans for the future of the venue.

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DMUFC Weekly Blog: November Week three

Welcome back to the weekly DMUFC blog, where we have the week’s footballing round-up as well as an update on the club’s Movember fundraising efforts.

University station DemonFM wins bronze at Student Radio Awards

By Isobel Rix Nominees from student radio station DemonFM enjoyed a glitzy night out at the London O2 for a national awards show. De Montfort University’s DemonFM scored third place for Best Radio Sound earlier this month at the Student Radio Awards 2019. The annual event, supported by BBC Radio 1 and Global, saw the […]

Leicester City owners agree to fund Thai national football centre

Leicester City owners King Power have agreed to fund a new training centre for The Football Association of Thailand.

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DMUFC Weekly Blog: November Week three

Welcome back to the weekly DMUFC blog, where we have the week’s footballing round-up as well as an update on the club’s Movember fundraising efforts.

Leicester City owners agree to fund Thai national football centre

Leicester City owners King Power have agreed to fund a new training centre for The Football Association of Thailand.

Who is England’s most prolific striker?

With Harry Kane’s slow start in the Premier League, should his starting spot for England be in jeopardy? Could Jamie Vardy make a claim?