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Autism awareness in HE: The missing pieces of the puzzle

Helen Rowland: HE has a way to go in meeting the requirements of autistic students to allow th...

Henley to deliver degree programmes for British Army

Cadets to begin studying towards a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Leadership and Strategic s...

City-wide safety awareness campaign launched by Solent

Southampton Solent University is launching safety awareness campaign, 'Ask for Angela' across ...

Live, Learn and Grow

The best student experience is delivered by embracing a philosophy of providing more than a ro...

UK students admit loneliness

Anxious UK students most likely to consider dropping out of university, according to annual re...

Undergrads disappointed in EU student drop

Almost half of first year students and applicants 'disappointed' at reduction in EU and intern...

A student-centric approach

Professor Jane Turner, Pro VC for Enterprise and Business Engagement at Teesside, talks the un...

Diversity in 2017: education and industry

What can we do to improve diversity across these two influential sectors?

Video-enabled clearing, the new admissions process

With Ucas submissions for the first time since 2012, universities must tap into their target m...

A new year on campus

Accommodation expert Noreen O'Shea discusses the significance accommodation can have on a stud...

Graduate recruitment a priority for Magnet.me

The company's 5th birthday brought the celebration of record success, and a focus on driving c...

Teaching and inclusive practices

Teaching and learning within HE has arguably never had a profile as high as now - it's not dif...

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 we treating A-level students fairly?

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

Are prospective students in the know?

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

Happy on the inside, happy on the outside

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

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...

7 things students hate about their accommodation

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

Lack of 'ethnic mixing' in HE

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

Uni partnership helps build careers in construction

GRAHAM Construction and Glasgow Caledonian University team up to introduce teens to the constr...

ASK4 confirms exclusive partnership with BT Sport

Hundreds of student communities set to benefit from access to premium sports coverage through ...

Student unions take part in UK's biggest mental health study

Twelve university student unions representing more than 185,000 students are taking part in a ...

TEF results, a wake-up call for HE

Can third party content and solutions help? Asks Andrew Robinson, Director of Higher Education...

UPP and Student Hubs launch One Community Forum

UPP Foundation pledges £40k to help students tackle social problems in local communities

Re-thinking apprenticeships

Drew Thomas finds that the rapid expansion of degree apprenticeships is allowing learners, emp...

Accommodation key to keeping students happy

NSHS 2017 finds that accommodation management is one of the key drivers of overall student sat...

Building an entrepreneurial eco-system

Nowadays, young people see entrepreneurship as career pathway, says Gurpreet Jagpal, CEO Londo...

National benchmarking, the way forward for HE

After achieving a 'Gold' rating in the first round of TEF results, Derby explain why such a sy...

Lincoln is cheapest university city

The study looked at how much a pint, a taxi ride and gym membership, among other factors, woul...

NSS: students satisfied with courses

National Student Survey 2017 results show high levels of student satisfaction and engagement

The necessity of mediation

Mediators are able to restore the lines of communication, rebuild relationships and get to roo...

Booze and partying take backseat for next gen students

Research reveals students are approaching university with career aspirations firmly in mind

Halting the rise of university drop-out rates

What can universities do to spot and help struggling students before they decide to stop study...

TEF results: the first step down a new path for HE

This year's TEF result is only a kick off, but it is an important start, says Professor Dr Mau...

Unis should be more ambitious in approach to mature students

Effective outreach to potential mature students is vital for participation in HE among under-r...

University applications fall by 4%

The number of people applying for UK university places has fallen by more than 25,000, data fr...

What TEF really means

Kenny Nicholl, Vice President EMEA of Instructure discusses the importance of putting the stud...

How do you attract Generation Z?

Beth Spencer outlines the scope of a brand new whitepaper from MintTwist about engaging with m...

TEF results and the art of being adaptable

Graduates don't just need to make the grade: Being flexible is key to employability, says Stud...