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Facilities Show 2015 builds momentum
The UK’s largest facilities management event, Facilities Show, is fast gathering momentum for the 2015 edition
Success for Notts programming MOOC
A computer science course from The University of Nottingham has been turned into a MOOC, attracting more than 30,000 participants
WYOD: believe the hype?
As the popularity of wearable technology continues to grow, Nick Rines looks at the security issues universities will face
UWE plans business and law upgrade
The new building for the Faculty of Business and Law at UWE Bristol is one step closer with go-ahead from the planners
Will we all be cyborgs?
Martin Hall asks: will we be cyborgs, part flesh and part machine? What advantages will this bring? And what should we worry about?
The changing role of research managers
Julia Warner from University of East Anglia looks at the shifting role of research managers over the past year
In a class of its own
This month’s Education Estates conference and exhibition is all about creating the ideal learning environment
Business school power backs new charter
Small Business Charter launches Government-backed Growth Voucher initiative for small businesses
A multi-billion investment
Jon Wakeford, Group Director, Strategy and Communication at UPP, looks at developing public/private partnerships within HE
New primary school for NW Cambridge
Willmott Dixon has won an £11 million contract to build a primary school for the University of Cambridge
A concrete example
The benefits of pre-cast concrete became evident during the construction of the country’s first university training school in Birmingham
OUP and Emerge Education in new deal
Oxford University Press has partnered with Emerge Education to support new educational start-ups
The Core opens for business
Newcastle University has been working closely with the city council on the development of its Science Central urban quarter
Create more beds spaces... instantly
A space-saving bed-and-desk combination is proving popular with schools and universities with limited space for student accommodation
Supplier Focus

Stuff the turkey this year

Professor David Russell, Founder and Chairman of the Russell Partnership, asks if the traditional option is always best?

Compass launches next gen ERP system

ProUnify to provide seamless integration of student records, finance, payroll and HR data enabling time and cost savings

Test centre for nurses and midwives

Northampton has opened the UK's first practical assessment centre for nurses and midwives who completed their training outside of Europe

Edinburgh’s app boosts student services

A new app is driving increased engagement and better connecting students at the University of Edinburgh

Warwick celebrates with The Pool

Warwick Arts Centre celebrates its 40th anniversary with a free interactive light sculpture, The Pool

The student consumer

Institutions should be more transparent about what they are offering and ensure all student deals are fair says SGH Martineau

The pace of change

Welcome to the fast moving, ever-changing university sector. That’s a phrase that you wouldn’t have expected to read a few short years ago

Green award for Bath Spa and Kier

A partnership between Bath Spa University and Kier Services has been recognised at this year’s International Green Apple Awards

Dundee launches its first MOOC

The University of Dundee is set to offer its first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the FutureLearn platform

Jisc Digital Festival registration open

UK MOOC pioneer Simon Nelson, CEO of FutureLearn confirmed to headline next year’s event in Birmingham

Fancy going Dutch?

With the costs of going to university in the UK continuing to rise, Ted Underwood looks at the benefits of studying abroad

Kent’s new home for business

The University of Kent is investing in a new £20m campus facility for two of its major academic departments