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Face-to-face at the forum
The Education Facilities Forum returns to Oxfordshire later this month for a packed two days of seminars and one-to-one meetings
And now the weather ...
The importance of protecting the built environment from weather damage is being brought into focus by the Resilience14 conference
Bid cost survey deadline extended
A 2003 survey into the true cost to the construction industry of bidding for and securing projects is being updated
Hassell to deliver Brighton masterplan
The University of Brighton has selected Hassell to bring together its five campuses into a more connected estate
UK at risk of losing top talent
Research by the Erasmus overseas study programme showed that students going overseas to study are more likely to want to work abroad
Enterprise on show for Minister
Greg Clark MP, Minister for Universities, Science and Cities recently visited The University of Nottingham Innovation Park
International students vote Exeter top
The University of Exeter has topped a recent poll looking at international student satisfaction across Europe
UWE Bristol adds cutting edge Avid S6
UWE Bristol has become the first educational establishment to give students access to an Avid S6 on campus
New £4m lab opens at Imperial College
A £4 million mini-factory for developing the next generation of miniaturised medical devices and robots is now open
December edition of IET is out now!
The December issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store
Tightening security across campus
Cashless payment systems are fast coming into the fore as our society undergoes a payment revolution, says Chris Lyons
Happy at Royal Holloway
Students at Royal Holloway University are being encouraged to air their views on university facilities to boost satisfaction
Choose a managed internet service
More and more UK universities are choosing StudentCom to provide their internet service due to ever increasing technology demands
University a Living Wage leader
The University of Bolton is now an accredited Living Wage employer, one of the first North West universities to be accredited
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HE’s top five

University Business Editor Rebecca Paddick rounds up the biggest developments over the last 12 months in UK higher education

Nottingham pedal power raises £750K

The most successful University of Nottingham Life Cycle event has smashed its original fundraising target to raise £750K

Kent to receive £75m capital injection

Teaching and research facilities at the University of Kent are to benefit from a £75m cash injection from the European Investment Bank (EIB)

Facilities Show 2015 builds momentum

The UK’s largest facilities management event, Facilities Show, is fast gathering momentum for the 2015 edition

Manage your sustainability performance

The EAUC gives UK universities the freedom to shape what sustainability means for them and help to improve performance

Funding update at Wellcome Trust

The Wellcome Trust has launched an evolution of its funding framework to help support excellent research in the UK and worldwide

New Deputy VC for UWE

The University of the West of England has appointed Helen Lloyd Wildman as Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer

Head to the Creative Quarter

Young people from 13-19 will be offered the chance to explore life and careers in the creative industries at Creative Quarter

Twitter makes teen girls happier

Twitter makes teenage girls happier than Facebook according to research conducted by the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan)

Enterprise on show for Minister

Greg Clark MP, Minister for Universities, Science and Cities recently visited The University of Nottingham Innovation Park

December edition of IET is out now!

The December issue of Independent Education Today magazine is now available to download from our website and app store

Heritage windows complete the picture

The University of Manchester’s neo-classical Samuel Alexander building has been renovated as part of a £14m refurbishment project