10th anniversary of Nottingham in China

Celebrations have begun to mark the 10th anniversary of The UNNC — the first foreign independent university campus in China

Student learner or student customer?

Every university will need to balance the principles against income says Prof Amir M Sharif, assistant head at Brunel Business School

Food glorious food

The first ever Bristol Food Connections festival runs from 1 – 11 May 2014 and University of Bristol will host a series of events

Derby set to receive multi-million boost

The University of Derby will receive millions of pounds from the Government’s Regional Growth Fund (RGF) to fuel business expansion

GSL boosts King’s College

A £40m university scheme has been put forward as an example of best practice for the Government Soft Landings approach

Nottingham show for young researchers

Research by students as part of their undergrad studies will be on show at an international conference at Nottingham University

The value of university endowments

Rachel Tonkin, Senior Associate at VWV, explains how to adopt a total return approach to investment of university endowments

Inspiring young scientists in York

A new science outreach centre at the University of York aims to enthuse visitors of all ages about modern science

Lincoln College signs deal in Saudi Arabia

Lincoln College has officially signed the £250m contract to establish three technical and vocational training colleges in Saudi Arabia

Payback time for students…or not?

New Sutton Trust and Institute for Fiscal Studies report forecasts major repayment issues for graduates and universities ahead