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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
Blake Morgan merger for education sector
New law firm launches as Blake Lapthorn and Morgan Cole merge with combined annual turnover of £72 million and 120 partners
Student community in decline
Students no longer feel they have a strong sense of community where they live according to a report by the National Student Housing Survey (NSHS)
New Principle for New College Stamford
New College Stamford has welcomed the arrival of new Principal April Carrol this week following retirement of Andrew Patience
HE boost for school governor role
A national education charity has called on more universities to take a role in supporting school governance
New labs for Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton is investing almost £500,000 in new laboratories and equipment to transform its engineering facilities and courses
New banking framework for HE
ESPO has launched a new banking framework to make the procurement of banking services easier for customers in the public sector
Yoyo app rolls out at Imperial College
Imperial College London has become the UK’s first university to allow payment and receive awards by using a mobile phone app
UCL rolls out free Wi-Fi
Leading UK University launches public Wi-Fi offering for museum and café visitors, guest lecturers and summer school students
£383bn building pipeline announced
The Government has published its updated National Infrastructure Pipeline showing a large increase in infrastructure investment
New spray-on solar cells
Scientists at the University of Sheffield have made groundbreaking progress developing pioneering new spray-on solar cells
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)
Student experience of the future
Which is going to impress prospective students touring the open day circuit more, a university clinging to XP or one with the latest edtech?
Healthy thinking
Luke Evans finds out why healthy eating has become an indelible part of higher education catering
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Education construction’s two-year high

Education construction activity reached its highest level in two years, accounting for 15 per cent of all construction contracts in July

SES complete M&E project at LSE

SES has completed a substantial contract at the London School of Economics and Political Science’s new Saw Swee Hock Student Centre

UCL rolls out free Wi-Fi

Leading UK University launches public Wi-Fi offering for museum and café visitors, guest lecturers and summer school students

Northampton to host ISIRC

The University of Northampton is to host the International Social Innovation Research Conference (ISIRC) next month

UK Blog Awards date announced

The National UK Blog Awards will provide an opportunity for bloggers from the education industry to be recognised nationwide

Balfour Beatty buries times capsule

Balfour Beatty helps local primary school leave legacy for future generations at Loughborough University

Durham rolls out eBIS

New College Durham undergoes back office restructure supported by Advanced Business Solutions’ software

Bucks South Wing near completion

Buckinghamshire New University is set to unveil a new £4.5 million re-design and refurbishment development

VC elected as AUA President

Professor Ruth Farwell has been elected as the new Honorary President of the Association of University Administrators (AUA)

New labs for Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is investing almost £500,000 in new laboratories and equipment to transform its engineering facilities and courses