International student issuesInternational students bring valuable income but more responsibilities according to Michael Agnew at Ellucian
The going green debateRebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts how sustainability will continue to change education technology
Lucky for someAs 2013 draws to a close, Rebecca Paddick looks at 10 of the best stories that left their mark on the sector
Huawei to invest £10m in UK uni researchThe deal will further strengthen the company’s partnership with UK’s education system by 2017 as well as building the global brand
UK university estates worth £27 billionLast year universities built the equivalent of over four Olympic stadiums, according to a revealing report from AUDE
Learning spaces of the future
The concept of Learning Space is becoming more important at every level of education. Nick Valentine explores...
HE partnership for next generation
The Midlands Three Cities consortium is to receive a grant of £14.6m that will result in hundreds of new postgraduate opportunities
Big data gets good figures at Warwick
The University of Warwick is part of a new £19.5 million programme to transform social science teaching in the UK.
Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association
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Future of athletics in Sheffield secured
Sheffield Hallam University has secured the future of athletics provisions in the city giving the sport a new home
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The ICT Association - Membership organisation for all those interested in ICT in Education
Chef sizzles for Sausage Week
Putting a culinary spin on British Sausage Week (4-10 November) is hugely popular chef and TV personality, Simon Rimmer
"Association for Student Residential Accommodation"
Watch out: there's a robot about
Bristol Robotics Laboratory is joining other leading research institutions in a new robotics in open spaces project
International student issues
International students bring valuable income but more responsibilities according to Michael Agnew at Ellucian
New support from Sheffield-led grant
Students studying at one of six universities are set to be supported in their postgraduate studies thanks to a Sheffield led grant of almost £3m
Keeping your head in the digital world
Developing online promises vast benefits as well as unheard-of dangers, according to the recent Online Educa Berlin event
Birmingham's Forum48 goes global
A delegation from Birmingham City University recently visited Chicago to address the global potential for cities in the future
The value of twitter
Nasen’s communications manager, Sean Stockdale, explains how to get the most out of the increasingly popular social networking site
Russell Group concern over cap end
The government’s plan to abolish the cap on student numbers altogether in 2015 could prove problematic
Video will rule campuses
Dr Shay David, Co-Founder at Online Video Platform Kaltura, looks at the issues of putting video at the heart of the campus.
The going green debate
Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts how sustainability will continue to change education technology
Birmingham City Uni’s green award
Birmingham City University’s new campus won the ‘Sustainability Award’ at a recent West Midlands awards ceremony