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Estate of the art
Cutting edge facilities and striking new-builds help universities appeal to the modern-day student
Catering & hospitality
Catering & hospitality
Celebrating university catering excellence
University in Birmingham hosts langar
Keeping HE catering ahead of the curve
TUCO launches 1st national catering recruitment framework
Drinking water: improving environmental credentials
Lancaster achieves Food for Life Catering Mark
Broadstock secures two single source uni contracts
Specialist college in Leeds to build a new £13m campus
Getting control of your space use and energy bills
Kier tops out Plymouth's tallest building
HE estates - life after Brexit
Winners of first International e-Assessment Awards announced
Hogwarts of Ireland opens its doors to fans
Accelerating Digital Transformation in HE Online Event
Summer 2017 issue of ISS is now available online
April issue of Independent Education Today is out now!
CUBO Awards 2017, shortlists announced
If you want information, just Google it!
Rooftop milestone for £31m uni building
Space to live and learn
Streamlining the student accommodation process
87-year-old student returns to Abertay
Integrate your security management for a safer campus
Finance, legal, HR
Finance, legal, HR
2017 - A year of change or keep calm and carry on?
HE and the pensions dilemma
Exciting times ahead for CUBO
Dundee partners with TechnologyOne
Spring Budget reveals increased investment in STEM education
Edtech: Key issues and potential elephant traps
Northampton academic enhancing HE in Iraq
Teesside partners with Grenada
The struggle behind the smile
Post-Brexit planning for HE
University of Lüneburg unveils innovative central building
Students crowdfunding to build nursery in Africa
Staffordshire officially welcomes new V-C
The gay executive
Nobel Prize winner becomes Chancellor of Bristol
Leeds Beckett appoints first Race and Education Prof
Bradford appoints graduate employability expert
Leeds appoints new Chair in High Speed Rail Engineering
UCA researcher investigates gender imbalance
Cardiff researchers to monitor hate crime around Brexit
Jo Johnson opens new £3m multi-agency research hub
Online tracking of study habits could lead to better grades
Huddersfield secures £30m for Future Metrology Hub
Leeds Beckett Uni to invest £50K in Yorkshire schools
Sports & leisure
Sports & leisure
Gloucestershire unveils new sports campus plans
Regent's launches equestrian polo scholarship
Supporting employee health and wellbeing at Leeds Trinity
Wolverhampton opens new 3G facility
Project shows pupils benefits of outdoor learning
Gold medallist and cliff diver champ join Plymouth
Harper Adams tops THE survey
Higher education in the mental health age
Ucas figures show students more empowered
Degree apprenticeships, why HE needs to adapt quickly
Have we reached saturation point?
Bucks teams up with Royal Albert Hall
Energy and Estates: reducing costs
Funding for rainforest project secured
Reading reduces carbon emissions and saves £17 million
Leeds students tackle debate on a sustainable future
Online reuse set to save HE £1million
New JUMP programme rewards sustainable behaviour
Natalie McGuinness: My Roehampton online experience
Attracting students is increasingly about digital leadership
Uni challenge: Providing value for students in a digital age
NMiTE receives £8 million start-up funding
Leeds offers online MBA
Students want tracking apps in HE
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Should I stay or should I go?
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Birmingham Institute of Fashion expands in China
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Love thy neighbour
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