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International business students turned off by UK visa policy

New report out today shows impact of Government's student visa policy on universities and econ...

HEFCE grant letter - good or bad?

The higher education sector has responded in force to the government's grant letter for fundin...

£5m PhD funding for Warwick

Warwick is to receive almost £5 million to support the next generation of engineering, technol...

Aiming for the apex of engagement

By Max du Bois of Spencer du Bois

Essex adopts rent guarantor scheme

University of Essex adopts pioneering new rent guarantor scheme for international students

Caring for your brand

To secure legal protection for their brands, universities should not lose sight of the intelle...

A balancing act

The Leadership Foundation for Higher Education's Fiona Ross lists four ways for universities t...

Edinburgh set for £200m European loan

Ambitious plans to transform the University of Edinburgh's campuses boosted by £200m loan from...

UCLan awarded international grant

University of Central Lancashire academics given more than £75,000 for Chinese collaboration

Immigration update: Compliance issues for HEIs

VWV's Judith Hockin summarises some of the common immigration issues faced by HEIs

Sheffield Hallam secures £50K STEM funding

Sheffield Hallam University has secured a £50,000 grant from Alcoa Foundation to deliver a STE...

Imperial invests in STEM

Education resource company Twig World announces £3.5m investment by Imperial College London to...

HE boost for Scotland's public service sector

Queen Margaret University (QMU) launches new Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Subsidiary companies

Avoiding the pitfalls and maximizing the benefits

Derby boosts local economy by £270m

A recent report shows the University of Derby's impact on the East Midland region

Engineering a bright future for PhD research at Bath

Undergraduates studying a PhD in Electronic Engineering at the University of Bath set to benef...

Autumn Statement: DfE plans for future of education

Chancellor spending review reveals plans for DfE budget over the course of this Parliament

Health and wellbeing: creating a positive workplace

Veale Wasbrough Vizards' Bettina Rigg writes on creating a positive working environment

Huddersfield shortlisted in Lloyds Bank Business Awards

The University contests ten other universities for The Duke of York Award for University Entre...

Sunderland lends expertise to FabLab

Small businesses in Sunderland will benefit from stronger leadership and entrepreneurship skil...

West of England LEP top for business start-ups

The region has been rated as the best of the 39 LEP areas across the country for start-up reco...

HEI major developments, a practical guide

VWV's Clive Read explains the secrets to successful large-scale projects

Up to £500K of scholarships for refugees at LSE

The London School of Economics and Political Science is significantly increasing scholarship f...

Scottish economy thrives thanks to Edinburgh University

The University of Edinburgh generates £2 billion annually for the Scottish economy, according ...

Consumer Rights Act 2015 - students as consumers

VWV's Kris Robbetts discusses how the new Consumer Rights Act will impact on the HE institutio...

Five steps to improving employee relations cases

By Andy Shettle, Product Director at Software Europe

The dangerous measures students are taking to fund their higher education

Specialist student lender Future Finance reveals concerns over how UK students are meeting the...

Oxford granted £200m EIB loan

Oxford University is to benefit from the largest ever European Investment Bank university loan...

Chichester beats SEEDA economic targets

The University of Chichester has successfully created new jobs and supported start-up business...

Balancing business

Universities need to balance academic aspirations and business realities, explains Professor M...

Back to school for universities on Consumer Law?

DWF's Paul Maddock and Helen Otty discuss the rising consumer complaints among universities

QMU and Alzheimer Scotland launch health scholarship

New university scholarships launched for allied health professionals in Scotland

Patricia Routledge supports Liverpool bursaries

Actress Patricia Routledge to support Reading In Practice Masters programme at the University ...

Don't rest on your laurels

Gordon Slaven warns that despite a good past performance, the HE sector must continue to devel...

Wellcome Trust research grant for Roehampton

University of Roehampton receives £570,000 grant to study emotions of 19th century surgeons an...

Preventing terrorism

There is now a three-pronged approach in place to prevent people from being drawn into terrori...

International students, further immigration changes

Eversheds' David O'Hara asks, how welcome are international students?

Nottingham wins backing for cutting-edge eyecare

University spin-out receives funding to commercialise ground-breaking eyecare technology

Concern about university cost on the rise

New research finds worry over student debt has doubled in past two years

The Cost of a University Degree

From the best post grad earning potential to what students spend their money on, ParecelHero u...