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An international view point
Cardiff University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Colin Riordan, explains how international students view the UK as a destination
Bristol expands growing tech scene
Bristol based start-up Missionly are launching their innovative student and graduate recruitment platform this month
UCAS announces competition winners
Students Molly Case and James Montgomery claim the winning spots for their entries in UCAS competition, Love Learning
Global trends of digital students
A new report compiled by QS has revealed how prospective students digitally research universities and the factors that affect their final decision
Minories report
Garreth Joyce of Walsh Associates explains the challenges presented by the Minories student accommodation project in London
Staffordshire appoints new deputy VC
Professor Allan Howells has been appointed to the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor at Staffordshire University
Student accommodation: a seismic shift
Student accommodation has developed into a thriving business sector that is modelling itself on the hotel market, says James Badley
VC elected as AUA President
Professor Ruth Farwell has been elected as the new Honorary President of the Association of University Administrators (AUA)
Nottingham signs China partnership
The University of Nottingham has become the first British University to sign a partnership with China’s online video giant, Youku Tudou
Using data to improve student retention
Metropolitan University College in Copenhagen, Denmark, uses Business Intelligence to better understand and improve student retention
New spray-on solar cells
Scientists at the University of Sheffield have made groundbreaking progress developing pioneering new spray-on solar cells
Turley drives through Automotive Centre
Planning consultancy Turley secures permission for the National Automotive Innovation Centre at Warwick Uni from Coventry City Council
Terrific Terrines
Peter Walters, Keele University’s executive chef, serves up a seasonal alternative for a summer lunch
GCHQ degrees for cyber security
GCHQ has accredited six UK universities to teach specialist master's degree courses to future internet security experts
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