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Using technology to transform the back office

Can technology and better procurement play a role in generating front-line service improvement...

Keeping the show on the road

JLT Group's Adrian Humphreys explains the importance of offering benefit schemes to the modern...

HE must not become the victim of uncertainty

Universities must not be distracted from shaping their futures while waiting for the general e...

Donations to UK universities surpass £1bn milestone

UK universities record-braking philanthropic giving surpasses £1 billion-a-year for the first ...

Rent guarantee schemes for students

VWV's David Emanuel discusses the ways unis can assist their students to make life a little ea...

Government funding for universities

To be sustainable in the long term, universities have to think very carefully about how they w...

Bath's new scholarships to offer more than financial support

The University of Bath's new scholarship will provide low income students with support with pl...

How to negotiate the perfect contract

By Martin Hudson, Head of Procurement Client Management at Pelican Procurement Services

NI's top students join Civica Scholarship Programme

The programme, which aims to nurture fresh talent in the UK IT sector, was launched in 2008

£7million HEFCE funding to address student outcomes

Funding council's Catalyst Fund aims to tackle barriers to student success 

Plymouth launches financial support and mentoring programme

The programme for engineering students has been created in response to the shortfall in the nu...

2017 - A year of change or keep calm and carry on?

VWV's Clive Read recaps the surprising outcomes of 2016 and asks, how do universities address ...

HE and the pensions dilemma

Universities must act now to minimise any damage and disruption that pensions revelations are ...

Exciting times ahead for CUBO

CUBO seeks to sharpen its focus in response to challenging times in the HE sector

Dundee partners with TechnologyOne

University of Dundee signs seven-year partnership with TechnologyOne to underpin business tran...

Spring Budget reveals increased investment in STEM education

Chancellor Phillip Hammond's first budget announcements focused on technical education and ind...

Edtech: Key issues and potential elephant traps

VWV's Serena Tierney looks at some of the issues that a university should address when it deci...

New recruits - how can HE source top talent?

Keri Beckingham looks at the ways universities manage recruitment processes to ensure staff de...

UWE invests £37 million in creative industries

UWE Bristol has invested £15m on the City Campus since 2012, and this phase will see a further...

Wolverhampton secures funds for regeneration partnership

£8 million fund provides catalyst for building growth in Black Country

299 universities and colleges take part in year 2 of the TEF

Universities, colleges and alternative providers of higher education chose to take part in the...

The more things change

Professor Zahir Irani discusses the current battle in the House of Lords over reforms to the H...

Students willing to pay premium for education

Students willing to pay more in tuition fees to receive more personal teaching at university, ...

Crimson Consultants: CRM of the Crop

Conference hears of CRM impact at the University of South Wales, writes Simon Fry

Brighton Design Archives to receive £300k

Brighton Design Archives once again receives funding from the Higher Education Funding Council...

HEFCE invests in museums, galleries and collections

The Higher Education Funding Council for England to invest £10 million per year for university...

Royal Holloway launch Citizens project

Royal Holloway secures Heritage Lottery Fund investment to launch £1m Citizens project

What's in store for HE in 2017?

AUDE Chair, Trevor Humphreys, discusses the challenges and opportunities facing the HE sector ...

How will HE tackle the big issues in 2017?

Brexit means Brexit and we will have to help Theresa May make the best of it, says Andy Westwo...

How will business schools tackle the big issues in HE?

Professor Angus Laing, Dean, Lancaster University Management School, shares his views

Major funding boost for Brighton's engineering building

The University of Brighton receives £500,000 grant for specialist equipment

Dr Kate Williams is championing equality in HE

University of Leicester appoints Dr Williams as Pro-Vice Chancellor for Equality and Diversity...

Procuring for the future

Following the Brexit vote, what next for public procurement rules and their application to uni...

Preparing for the GDPR

Andrew Cormack, Chief Regulatory Advisor at Jisc, provides a guide for universities

Reflections on Brexit

Alex de Ruyter, Director of Research at Birmingham City University's Business School, shares h...

Marketing Masterclass

Keri Beckingham looks at how universities are changing with the times to attract the next coho...

Wolverhampton secures funding for disadvantaged young people

The University of Wolverhampton secures £8m funding to help increase the number of young peopl...

New Year... new approach

By Nick Lomax, Marketing Manager, Kinetic Solutions

The only way is up for UK university income

Higher education sector income grows by £2bn in one year, reaching record £30bn

UPP grant to help boost student employability

The UPP Foundation announces £16k research grant to help boost student employability