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Uni boost for new fashion label
Fashion graduate Siobhan Thomas launches Phenomode Fashion with business mentoring from the University of Huddersfield
lunch! 2014 - register now for free
A record number of catering managers have now registered for lunch! 2014 at the Business Design Centre in Islington, London
Sheffield is number one Students' Union
The University of Sheffield’s Students’ Union is voted best in UK for third year running in the National Student Survey (NSS) 2014
Foraging on the increase
Research by a final year Harper Adams University student has found that foraging for food is becoming increasingly popular
Nottingham in China pharma agreement
The University of Nottingham has signed a memorandum of understanding with China Resources Pharmaceutical Group in Beijing
Lancaster makes Food for Life history
Lancaster is the first university in the country to be awarded two prestigious Gold ‘Food for Life’ Catering Marks
Dyslexic student up for major award
A dyslexic University of Derby student has been nominated for a UK award recognising inspirational people tackling social issues
Competition win for new Vietnam campus
UK landscape architecture firm Grant Associates has won a competition to design a new Vietnamese-German University Campus
GSM chief exec joins HEFCE
Alison Wheaton has been appointed to the HEFCE committee for Leadership, Governance and Management Strategic Advisory Committee
Trials and tribulations
Courting international students is vital to HE’s welfare, but stricter visa rules are deterring these profitable visitors
New labs for Wolverhampton
Wolverhampton is investing almost £500,000 in new laboratories and equipment to transform its engineering facilities and courses
Bath tops NSS
The University of Bath is top in the UK for student satisfaction for the second year running, with an overall satisfaction rate of 93%
Online access for all
In just six months, the Access to Research initiative has grown to include most local authorities across England, Scotland and Wales
UTC Oxfordshire gets the go ahead
Planning approval has recently been granted for an £11 million University Technical College in Didcot, Oxfordshire
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