Tuition-fee savings 'highly uncertain'

Government reforms to HE finance currently estimated to save little, and long-run impact on public finances is uncertain

Paying the piper and calling the tune

Mohamad Djahanbakhsh discusses how HE can improve student retention using intelligent timetabling and resource management tech

BDP to design Suzhou Business School

BDP wins commission to design International Business School at Xi’an Jiaotong Liverpool University (XJTLU) south campus

Planning granted for Factory 2050

Plans to create a £43m centre of excellence for advanced manufacturing at Sheffield Business Park have taken a big step forward

City University prepares law grads

City University London has introduced a compulsory Graduate Market and Employability module for all LLB Law first year students

Nottingham launches marine Academy

The IAMET has been officially launched at a ceremony at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC)

Student ‘house-hunting’ habits

Less than half of students consider their accommodation good value for money, according to a new survey

Birmingham Conservatoire develops

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios (FCB) appointed as the designers of Birmingham City Uni’s Birmingham Conservatoire

University praised by Lord Mitchell

Lord Parry Mitchell, Labour’s Enterprise Adviser, visits Nottingham to meet staff, students and entrepreneurs at the University’s Innovation Park

Work to start on education centre

Buckinghamshire New University will hold a sod-cutting ceremony this week to celebrate the start of work on a £16.5m education centre