Fixing world's biggest biomedical issuesThe University of Sheffield has unveiled two ambitious research projects to address some of the world’s biggest biomedical problems
London on topLondon has more prestigious universities than any other city in the world, according to a respected global ranking
CLV and Arlington acquire Opal assetsCampus Living Villages (CVL), together with Arlington, has purchased a UK portfolio, formerly part of the Opal Student Property Group
UK slides down list of top universitiesTimes Higher Education publishes 2014 World Reputation Rankings – the definitive list of the world’s 100 most prestigious universities
Amsterdam: next Euro student capital?The Class of 2020 conference reports back on its main findings and recommends some important improvements
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A positive response to change
An exclusive University Business interview with Ian Dunn, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Student Experience at The University of Coventry
Monash unveils first free online courses
Learners from around the world can register to learn about Creative Coding and The Science of Medicines via Australian university
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The signs they are a-changing
When the University of Sheffield opened its Information Commons in 2007, it was looking to convey a sense of ‘fresh thinking’
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Coventry to counter cyber criminals
Coventry University is playing a leading role in a new £3m research programme tackling cyber criminals who use malicious apps
Willmott Dixon complete Sunesis school
Pupils are settling into a new school in Lincoln, thanks to procurement specialists Scape and contractor Willmott Dixon
Leeds College of Building project on track
GB Building Solutions has started work on Leeds College of Building's new £16 million education and training facility
Leicester goes for Passivhaus option
Bidwells project manages the UK's largest non-residential Passivhaus building: Leicester Uni’s new Centre for Medicine
Still a place for careers advisors in HE
As debate rages, the University of Derby says evidence shows careers professionals should still be central to young people’s futures
The sky’s the limit … or is it?
The theme of International Women’s day 2014 is an opportunity to reconsider the capabilities on which business success rests, says Gloria Moss
Fixing world's biggest biomedical issues
The University of Sheffield has unveiled two ambitious research projects to address some of the world’s biggest biomedical problems
London on top
London has more prestigious universities than any other city in the world, according to a respected global ranking
Survey shows HE travel buying trends
Fresh insight into the travel buying behaviour of universities and colleges is released via Key Travel’s annual client survey.
Talking sex in Huddersfield
Exploring if modern media forces people to adopt hyper-sexualised lifestyles, identities and appearances, often against their will?
Exchange at Facilities Management 2014
The new Facilities Management event at the NEC (11-13 March 2014) will feature seminars called The Exchange