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Bigger boost for disadvantaged students
More than £8.5 million in new funding has been secured by The Unite Foundation as new Chair Jenny Shaw is appointed
Pushing the envelope
Siniat’s Chris Norris tells Building For Education why steel frame systems and gypsum sheathing are proving popular in the education sector
UoW embraces smartphones
The University of Westminster (UoW) is embracing edtech by allowing students and staff access to the academic timetable via their mobile devices
Dawnus Kingston project Tops Out
Zac Goldsmith, MP, Tops Out new £10 million Kingston College Creative Industries Centre, built by Dawnus Construction
Open 4 Learning offers real ROI
Could your university benefit from the UK’s leading student funding information resource? Birmingham City University thinks so
Liquid assets
Sika Liquid Plastics roofing membrane is a vital element in Lancaster Uni’s energy efficient new science, technology and engineering building
BCU boosts business department
Birmingham City University has named Professor Keith Horton as Executive Dean at the Faculty of Business, Law and Social Sciences
Derby duo scoop top honours
A duo of lecturers from the University of Derby have been awarded with a top National Teaching Fellowship (NTF)
A multi-billion investment
Jon Wakeford, Group Director, Strategy and Communication at UPP, looks at developing public/private partnerships within HE
Manchester Met is RIBA Client of Year
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has named Manchester Metropolitan University the 2014 RIBA Client of the Year
UB November edition out now
The November edition of University Business magazine, the property issue, is now available to download
2014: a success for edtech?
Rebecca Paddick asks some of the sector's experts what they thought of the tech developments in schools and universities over the past 12 months
Counting the Cost
Exactal UK & Europe Director Simon Lovegrove explains the importance of BIM-compatible estimating software CostX
A concrete example
The benefits of pre-cast concrete became evident during the construction of the country’s first university training school in Birmingham
Supplier Focus

The new world order

Adapting to change is key to inspiring and engaging a new generation of students, says Dr Rupert Ward

Learning to work

Thierry Collet looks at the impact of 3D technology on education and how it's changing perceptions and the business of teaching

Sussex develops multicriteria mapping

A new web-based application, which helps analyse complex issues and make decisions, has been launched as collaborative project

UWE welcomes new Deputy VC

The University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) has appointed Professor Jane Harrington to the role of Deputy Vice-Chancellor

Keep the noise down

James Clark, commercial director of Airdri, looks at how universities can benefit from reducing noise sustainably

A multi-billion investment

Jon Wakeford, Group Director, Strategy and Communication at UPP, looks at developing public/private partnerships within HE

Business school power backs new charter

Small Business Charter launches Government-backed Growth Voucher initiative for small businesses

Social media strikes gold for Derby

The University of Derby has won an award at the inaugural East Midlands Innovation in Healthcare awards

A concrete example

The benefits of pre-cast concrete became evident during the construction of the country’s first university training school in Birmingham

And now the weather ...

The importance of protecting the built environment from weather damage is being brought into focus by the Resilience14 conference

November edition of B4E is out now!

The November issue of Building 4 Education magazine is now available to download from our website and app store

Do it yourself!

Necessity proved the mother of construction for The University of Liverpool who took a build into their own hands...