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Sexual harassment in HE

Are we facing an epidemic of allegations of sexual harassment being made by students against s...

Bath singers represent UK in international championship

Aquapella will be performing at the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella finals...

Engineering consultancy asks students for their predictions

Hilson Moran wants to know what students think the building environment will look like in 40 y...

Birkbeck to launch £40k student counselling project

Backed by the UPP Foundation, the groundbreaking new study explores what prevents vulnerable s...

Optimum nutrition in mental health

By The Russell Partnership's Professor David Russell

Harper Adams tops THE survey

Harper Adams University takes the top spot in Times Higher Education's Student Experience Surv...

Higher education in the mental health age

Mental health issues have become a growing problem among students. Ben Behrens investigates ho...

Ucas figures show students more empowered

More than 30,000 students got into university last year despite applying 'late' Ucas figures r...

Degree apprenticeships, why HE needs to adapt quickly

By Professor Damien Ward, Dean of Hertfordshire Business School

Have we reached saturation point?

By David Campbell, managing director of Alumno Developments

Bucks teams up with Royal Albert Hall

Buckinghamshire New Uni students have led young people in a day of audio and music production ...

Students struggling under debt-stress

Students admit debt-stress affects relationships, exam results and ability to afford basics s...

QMUL partners with BBC for degree apprenticeships

The 'Degree Apprenticeship Programme' allows participants to complete an apprenticeship within...

Sheffield supports students estranged from families

University of Sheffield signs pledge to support students who are estranged from their families...

Salford launches first accredited student wellbeing scheme

University of Salford's new accreditation scheme aims to make it easier for prospective studen...

University Alliance launch Lifelong Learning report

Enabling lifelong learning requires bold action from government, University Alliance report fi...

UPP supports East London student entrepreneur initiative

Funding boost will help Queen Mary University of London expand its social enterprise programme...

Virtually ideal

They've become a common part of university recruitment, but how are virtual open days evolving...

Teaching Excellence Framework: Improving Lecture Delivery

Sukhi Hayer, Head of Communications and Training at Broadcast Media Services, looks at the Te...

Mental Health First Aid training for all healthcare students

Coventry University healthcare students are going to receive Mental Health First Aid training ...

First impressions matter

By Russell Parnerships's Professor David Russell

Leicester launches its own Monopoly game

Bespoke game was recently launched at a board games workshop as part of student de-stress camp...

Meeting the student experience challenge

By Professor Amanda Coffey, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Student Experience and Academic Standards, Ca...

Circle Square collaborates with Manchester art students

New initiative gives budding designers and artists the opportunity to work in a business envir...

Sheffield recognised for workplace equality

University of Sheffield recognised as a top employer for workplace equality by a leading LGBT ...

'Budding Brunels' construction workshop

Charity, Construction Youth Trust, delivered a 3 day construction careers workshop to students...

It's time to rethink how we 'go' to university

By Dr Philip Hallam, Vice-Chancellor of Arden University

The virtual experiences buzz

Universities are investing in their digital content to engage with current and prospective stu...

Students and staff ready to rough it for homeless charity

A hardy bunch of students and staff from Uni of Northampton will be braving the elements to ra...

Are virtual open days the future of university recruitment?

By Gavin Newman, Director at Ivent

How to create a productive working environment

Ben Hall, from Student Furniture, explains why it's important to design student spaces with st...

House builder joins forces with Yorkshire uni students

A Yorkshire house builder has launched a competition to support learning at one of the county'...

Answering the why of student retention

By Andy Durman, Managing Director of Economic Modelling Specialists International UK

How to improve student retention

In today's competitive HE sector, it is vital that universities have clearly defined student r...

Sunderland University pledges support for estranged students

The university is the first in the North East to join the initiative

Digital, the driving force

Gavin Newman, Director at Ivent, explains how digital is a driving force for student recruitme...

Supporting students - the road ahead

Einita Sohal, ASRA & Unite Students, talks about supporting students on their journey from lea...

Digital - the recruitment marketing driving force

Gavin Newman, Ivent Director, explains how digital is a driving force for student recruitment ...

Bristol offers lower entry grades to disadvantaged students

The University of Bristol is to increase its intake of disadvantaged students by offering pla...

Video content - what do prospective students really want?

Revolution Viewing has seen how maintaining engagement with young people is an ever-evolving c...