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£1million university projects delivered
Construction company Woodhead has reached the end of its £1 million programme of improvement works for the University of Lincoln
Stuff the turkey this year
Professor David Russell, Founder and Chairman of the Russell Partnership, asks if the traditional option is always best?
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
WYOD: believe the hype?
As the popularity of wearable technology continues to grow, Nick Rines looks at the security issues universities will face
Manage your sustainability performance
The EAUC gives UK universities the freedom to shape what sustainability means for them and help to improve performance
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
The new world order
Adapting to change is key to inspiring and engaging a new generation of students, says Dr Rupert Ward
Northampton welcomes Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson, Mayor of London, has visited the University of Northampton's Park Campus as part of a tour of the UK
A masterclass with Wayne Collins
University Hospitality Seminars (UHS) announces masterclass with ‘British Cocktail King’ Wayne Collins
WATCH - video report from Class of 2020
The Class of 2020 celebrates after another successful conference examining the highs and lows of the student accommodation sector
Cambridge turns up the heat
One of Cambridge Uni’s oldest purpose-built student residences has undergone refurbishment to bring it up to 21st-century standards
Maths lacking for female economists
Southampton has found there are far less women studying economics than men, with women making up 27% of economics students
New primary school for NW Cambridge
Willmott Dixon has won an £11 million contract to build a primary school for the University of Cambridge
Educating Essex advice for coalition
Teacher Stephen Drew is set to cause controversy at an up-coming lecture hosted by Birmingham City University this week
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Stuff the turkey this year

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

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

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

WATCH - video report from Class of 2020

The Class of 2020 celebrates after another successful conference examining the highs and lows of the student accommodation sector

Tantalising tips for a veggie Christmas

Alex Connell, tutor at the Cordon Vert cookery school, shares his tips on how to prepare the perfect veggie feast this Christmas

Coventry embraces online learning

Coventry University College has unveiled plans to launch a programme of online degrees in 2015 to better meet the needs of its students