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CUBO winners announced
The winners have been awarded at this year's CUBO awards, held at the prestigious Royal Holloway College, University of London
Aramark goes green at Worcester
Aramark at the University of Worcester has been recognised for work in environmental good practice in a UK student award scheme
Cambridge Uni primary school approved
Marks Barfield’s architectural proposals for the University of Cambridge Primary School have been approved by planning authorities
University expands to Vietnam
The University of Wolverhampton is to expand its international operations with a new regional presence in Vietnam
New online tool to study Dickens
Academics at Nottingham have designed an online linguistics tool to help researchers and students to study 19th century language
Green Gown Awards finalists announced
The Green Gown Awards have recognised 93 winners, 553 finalists and 1,412 applicants. Who will be crowned the 100th winner?
Job-ready graduates come out top
A new study based on in-depth interviews with employers shows they now place graduates at the heart of all innovation strategies
New campus services director for Exeter
Following 14 years as University of Exeter director of sport, Phil Attwell has been promoted to the position of director of campus services
TEL shuts the sash
A new launch from Temperature Electronics could help academic institutions achieve their energy consumption and low carbon targets
Cambridge’s new Engineering Centre
The Dyson Engineering Design Centre at Cambridge Uni’s Department of Engineering is funded by the James Dyson Foundation
UWE wins QAA award
University of West of England, Bristol has won Higher Education Provider of the Year in the recent QAA Access to HE Awards
Big summer edition of B4E is out now!
The July-August double issue of Building 4 Education magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Foreign students grant UK £250k per day
The British Council has launched a new interactive tool to show how the UK's position as host to foreign students is evolving
Marie Curie is BUCS new chosen charity
British Universities & Colleges Sport (BUCS) has chosen Marie Curie as its charity partner for July 2014 to 2016
Supplier Focus

WATCH: Russell Partnership at CUBO

The Russell Partnership team spoke to UB at this year's CUBO conference at Royal Holloway, University of London

Sharing badminton secrets at Derby

With the Commonwealth Games underway, the head coach of Australia’s badminton team spent time at Derby University recently

BBC joins the MOOC market

The BBC is working with four British universities to create a series of massive open online courses (MOOCs) on World War One (WW1)

WATCH: Kinetic Solutions at CUBO

Chris Wildsmith from Kinetic spoke to UB at this year's CUBO conference at Royal Holloway College, University of London

Work on Health Sciences UTC to start

Work on a new University Technical College (UTC) aimed at giving young people the necessary skills for a career in healthcare is due to start

College unveils Sports Academy plans

New plans for a £2m Inclusive Sports Academy with top-class facilities at Portland College have been unveiled

Leading ladies honoured by Bath Spa

Stella Pirie OBE and Mary Toman have been made Honorary Fellows in recognition of their outstanding service to Bath Spa University

Space exploration with Notts expertise

The University of Nottingham is lending its engineering guidance to an ambitious new aerospace centre in Malaysia

UWE meets needs of future students

A new £50 million building planned for UWE Bristol's Faculty of Business and Law is set to open to support the growth agenda

The right stuff

Prof. Amir M. Sharif, Acting Head of Brunel Business School, discusses the edge of the management education envelope