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Catering & hospitality View all

TUCO reveals food and drink trends

Global food and drink trends driven by need for more meaningful experiences, reveals TUCO repo...

Let's go international

Study trips are great learning experiences and the University Hospitality Seminars (UHS) trip ...

New programme for HE chefs and Michelin Starred Dining

A new masterclass programme for university chefs on Michelin starred dining will take place on...

TUCO 2017 - driving learning, development and innovation

Hundreds of caterers from the FE and HE sector gather at the University of Nottingham for the ...

Sheffield College win Skills for Chefs Gala Awards top prize

The team won UK Young Restaurant Team of the Year 2017, celebrating their win at the awards di...

Vale Academy Trust

An interview with Sally Cox, Trust Catering Manager at the Vale Academy Trust in Oxfordshire

Carmel Education Trust

The Carmel Education Trust has overarching accountability and governance of a number of academ...

Navigating allergen legislation

TUCO's chair Matt White outlines the organisation's allergens checklist

Estates View all

LSBU unveils campus development plans

London South Bank University has unveiled plans for its St.George's Quarter campus redevelopme...

Arts College achieves university status

Leeds Arts University becomes only specialist arts institution in the North of England

University of Leeds £2.5m refurb project underway

The University's School of Dentistry project is part of a £41m refurb to provide 100,000 sq ft...

Energy centre lights up Northampton skies

University adds to Northampton's skyline with new Waterside energy centre

'Return to basics' says architect at Westminster event

LK2 Director Andrew Kitchen spoke at the Westminster Higher Education Forum, on the changing s...

Work begins on Aston campus revamp

Work starts on a major redevelopment and refurbishment for Aston University 

Plans revealed for Leeds science building

Planning application submitted for a new £96 million science building on behalf of the Univers...

Cloud-based property reporting from Inventory Hive

The CUBO exhibitor helps student accommodation managers create reports and perform checks in a...

Events View all

Futurism, wilful blindness and mindfulness for leaders

Are you scenario planning for the future of your institution, or looking for insights from bot...

The implications of the digital revolution in education

This year's Higher Education Real Estate and Infrastructure conference will discuss the challe...

Teaching Excellence Framework - a silver rating so far

The Higher Education Conference returns, tackling everything that comes with increased competi...

Independent Education Today: September issue now available

The September issue of IE Today is now available to download. The magazine features a faciliti...

Student satisfaction drops amid NSS boycott

HEFCE figures show decline in student satisfaction, with 84% of respondents happy with the qua...

MOS World Championships medal for UK student

The Microsoft Office Specialists Championships saw 560,000 competitors from around the world b...

Innovative summer camp for high-demand IT skills returns

The Novosco Cloud Camp returns for its second year in Belfast, Northern Ireland

UB September issue out now!

The September edition of University Business magazine, the back to uni issue, is now available...

Facilities View all

Brexit: Opportunity for university conference departments?

Despite uncertainty surrounding Brexit, the UK events industry shows positive signs of growth ...

The benefits of TCEPS to universities

Terry Stevens-Smith of Watkins Hire explains TCEPS works and the benefits

CityBlock completes Reading student accommodation

The £21 million development, built on a former office building, will house 146 students

Industrial design scheme at De Montfort University's Campus

Mark Richards, Head of Design at Godfrey Syrett, discusses the recently completed installation...

Furniture for active learning spaces

Alison Mallett, KI Europe, discusses how to ensure learning spaces are prepared the new active...

Sitting pretty

Rather than impose a new seating solution, the University of Southampton let its students deci...

Classics expert honoured by University of Warwick

The University of Warwick has honoured an acclaimed Classics expert who has helped open-up the...

At the forefront of Access Control technology

TLJ Security Systems have been at the forefront of development in Access Control solutions for...

Finance, legal, HR View all

Why you can't brand a university

Ian Allison, Strategic Creative Director, Instinctif Partners, talks about the challenges of c...

High street vs campus

TUCO research looks at the price divide between universities and the high street

Building resilience

Why this is crucial to the successful delivery of institutional responses to the challenges fa...

HEFCE awards £9.7m to Alliance Manchester Business School

The Higher Education Funding Council for England has awarded the grant to support the institut...

University of Peterborough plans develop

Funding for the creation of an independent University of Peterborough has now been approved

Vice-chancellor pay, what's the story?

By Jenny Brown, Chief Not for Profit Operating Officer, Grant Thornton UK LLP

Developing leaders in an ever-changing world

As educators, what can we do to change the conversation around leadership, while also equippin...

How to get the most out of your brand review

Refreshed university branding can amplify reputation and greatly influence a student's decisio...

International View all

Number of international students studying online soars

The number of international students choosing online courses at UK universities has risen dram...

Inclusion is key for HE

Principal of University of the West of Scotland (UWS), Craig Mahoney explains why inclusion mu...

How is business education developing across the world?

By Rebecca Taylor, Executive Dean at the Open University Business School

Not your average halls

StudentTenant.com has uncovered some of the world's most weird and wonderful student accommoda...

How can the UK retain its appeal to international students?

Christopher Airey, Managing Director at Diversity Travel discusses maintaining international s...

Could restricting visas stifle HE?

Restricting student visas will stifle UK higher education's competitive position and open up l...

Duke of York attends China alumni event

Huddersfield's Chancellor commemorates five years of successful operation by the University's ...

A life-changing MBA

How a Warwick Business School MBA helped Kashif Khaleel rebuild his life after fleeing his hom...

People View all

UEA appoints Pro-V-C for Arts and Humanities

The University of East Anglia (UEA) has appointed Prof Sarah Barrow as its new Pro-Vice-Chance...

Sir Lenny Henry on BCU Clearing hotline

Sir Lenny Henry is offering university places directly to students on A-Level results day as h...

New Deputy V-C for Bucks

Professor Nick Braisby has been appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Buckinghamshire New Univer...

Surrey appoints Vice-Provost of Research and Innovation

Professor David Sampson will become Vice-Provost of Research and Innovation at the University ...

Bedfordshire awards MillionPlus CEO Honorary Degree

Pam Tatlow plans to step down this year, but says she's not going to stay quiet about her pass...

Lenny Henry: look for opportunities in times of great change

Sir Lenny Henry spoke to graduating students in his first graduation ceremony as Chancellor of...

King's Business School appoints Executive Dean

The Executive Dean of King's College London's new business school has been announced as Profes...

Grandfather honoured for 50 years of German studies

89-year-old Ken Knapton will be awarded for his dedication after taking German classes for alm...

Research View all

Ulster leads £6m drinking water research

Research project will pioneer safe water solutions for the developing world

St Gemma's to be UK's 1st formal university teaching hospice

The new agreement will allow the hospice to use the latest research in training

Students unwilling to disclose mental health conditions

Universities could do more to reassure students that information about mental health will rem...

Brunel teams up with NHS for Health Science centre

New centre will be the gateway to integrated health education and research

The Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF): Implications for HE

Dr Nena Skrbic, Head of Teacher Education at Leeds City College, discusses the TEF and its imp...

Underprivileged teens more likely to give up uni ambitions

Early intervention to raise expectations could increase the number of teenagers from less pri...

Big Data Institute opens in Oxford

Oxford University's new world-leading research facility is the first centre of its kind in the...

Junior school pupils get a taste of university

Groundbreaking partnership is underway between University of Glasgow and Kelvinside Academy

Sports & leisure View all

FA backs Chichester women's high-performance football centre

The plans are part of the Football Association's aim to double female participation rates in f...

MMU invests in women in sport

Scholarship launch at Manchester Metropolitan University aims to boost female representation o...

Southampton Solent University teams up with Pulse

The university has announced a fitness partnership with The Pulse Group

Students on the ball in Wolves partnership 

Sports students at the University of Wolverhampton gain first-hand insight into working in pro...

Giving health a sporting chance

A look at some of the UK's best university sporting facilities and how these developments are ...

RVC Sports and Wellbeing Centre opens doors

The Royal Veterinary College's (RVC) new Sports and Wellbeing Centre, opens to students its Ha...

Gloucestershire unveils new sports campus plans

Gloucestershire releases fly-through video showing plans to create sports hub at Oxstalls camp...

Regent's launches equestrian polo scholarship

Regent's University London has launched the first UK equestrian polo scholarship as part of a ...

Students View all

Are we treating A-level students fairly?

Chris Jeffery, Head of Bootham School, discusses whether the university selection process is p...

Clearing figures down on last year

A total of 437,070 people have been placed in full-time UK higher education through UCAS so fa...

Are prospective students in the know?

82% of A-level students completely unaware of the alternatives for university

Autism awareness: considerations for HE

The HE sector still has some way to go in addressing the niche requirements of students with a...

Are flexi degrees the future?

The recent drop in applications for full time University courses could foretell a trend toward...

Happy on the inside, happy on the outside

Tanya Rogers, of Crystal Facilities Management, explains why a comfortable living environment ...

Lack of 'ethnic mixing' in HE

Top universities need to do more to encourage black and minority ethnic students to take up pr...

7 things students hate about their accommodation

Oliver Long writes for Student Furniture, providers of stylish, high-quality furniture for stu...

Sustainability View all

Bournemouth to roll out JUMP programme to all 2K employees

Bournemouth was the fourth UK university to implement the JUMP engagement programme, which rew...

Time to celebrate education sustainability leaders

Interface's Steve Hamilton explains why universities and colleges need to take the lead in cre...

Celebrating HE's pioneering sustainable practice

By the Russell Partnership's Professor David Russell and Charlotte Harbour

New green scheme launched at Winchester

The University of Winchester will introduce a new programme for sustainability and wellbeing b...

Green for go

They say great minds think alike but, for HE, great minds are thinking green, writes Simon Fry...

HE continues to invest in a sustainable future

Universities see a successful year of energy-efficiency project investment to reduce carbon em...

Green Gown Awards finalists announced

Education proving it is key to achieving the sustainable development goals in UK and Ireland

University of Sussex pledges to 'go greener'

The institution begins the largest solar project in UK higher education

Technology View all

FutureLearn and Monash University team up for online courses

The university's first paid-for online courses will allow healthcare professionals to collect ...

Student anxiety on the rise

New research reveals that 82% of students admit experiencing stress and anxiety

Technology solves the careers service conundrum

A university's careers services needs to be tailored to the individual student: a one-size-fit...

Dynamics 365 and the Future of Cloud Operations

Cloud computing has changed the ways in which day-to-day communications and operations take pl...

Cambridge English boost opportunities for refugees

Cambridge English Language Assessment is offering free online courses for university applicant...

Is HE ready to deal with network security?

Recent attacks on academic networks have shown the BYOD model can be a problem, says Hervé Dhe...

D-Tech International scores a 1st at performing arts academy

James Breakell, D-Tech International's UK Managing Director, talks about the company's install...

Crisis in confidence among young women in tech

Just 37% of young women are confident they have the tech skills needed by today's employers, c...