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How can HE make the most of apprenticeships?

The current drive by the Government to create three million apprenticeships by 2020 is to be a...

Universities must tackle inequality in all its forms

University leaders must make tackling inequality a core part of their mission in order to reac...

LGBT-only accommodation: not the answer

Simon Thompson from Accommodationforstudents.com discusses why he believes LGBT only halls wou...

Launch of Europe's first Black Studies degree

Birmingham City University will become first university in Europe to offer 'long overdue' degr...

Nottingham Trent University launches Grads4Nottm scheme

The university is extending the popular programme to offer summer work experience placements t...

Student choice at top of the agenda

Latest higher education white paper champions new teaching framework and sanctions new univer...

Chinese students prefer to study abroad

Latest report by QS finds Chinese students choose studying abroad to improve their employabili...

University of East Anglia launches new Q&A platform

The interactive website will help prospective students pick a university

Stress is part of the Student Experience, deal with it

Stress is part and parcel of the university experience, even if it might not always seem that ...

Leeds Beckett launches 1,000 mile step challenge

Staff at Leeds Beckett University are gearing up to walk to Rome as part of an innovative heal...

Blogging, interning and hackathons...

What does it take to be an Undergraduate of the Year?

Websites adapt to Competition and Markets Authority report

One in four UK universities use Occam's Room Service software to manage their student accommod...

Godfrey Syrett present 'Work, Rest & Play' range at ASRA '16

Godfrey Syrett attended the ASRA 2016 exhibition to present their new 'Work, Rest & Play' stud...

UPP launches charitable foundation

UPP Foundation created to help tackle the biggest issues facing the UK higher education sector...

What to expect from Generation Z

Generation Z is the generation born between 1994 and 2010. The first wave will be entering the...

Opening doors for state school pupils

Russell Group university conferences set to help teachers improve access to top universities

University launches Disability Law Hub

The University of Leeds is set to be a leader in the field of disability law with the launch o...

Success for Unite Foundation scholarship scheme

The Unite Foundation's Annual Review highlights the charity's increasing scale of support to U...

Leeds Beckett alumnus to design new building

Leeds Beckett University invites graduates to design ground-breaking research centre

Back to books for campus engagement

Dr Alison Baverstock of Kingston University explains more about the university's recent Big Re...

Salford launches 'gold standard' for student safety

Gold standard mark for assessing the work done by universities to look after their students' s...

Sunderland talks business with new tech apprenticeship

Digital and Technology Degree Apprenticeship supplies solution for high-tech businesses

One aspect of student debt really doesn't add up

Why aren't students more demanding when it comes to employability?

Bucks New University to tackle mental health stigma

University and Students' Union sign Time to Change pledge to tackle mental health stigma and d...

New guidelines to support autistic students

Researchers at Leeds Beckett produce new best practice guides to support HE students on the au...

Berklee 'prepares' Masters students for working life

Masters students in Berklee's Valencia campus in Spain have started a new 15-week 'personal pr...

Sunderland a top choice for students

University of Sunderland shortlisted in three catagories at Whatuni Student Choice Awards 2016...

Putting student health first

We need a national conversation about student health, says Mark Allan, chief executive of Unit...

That's team work!

Campuslife and Occam have teamed up to form a brand new partnership to benefit the students of...

Undergraduates satisfied with their quality of life

Majority of undergraduates are satisfied with their quality of life at university, latest Sode...

Broadening horizons through international programmes

By Professor Christina Slade, Vice-Chancellor at Bath Spa University

Graduate gender pay gap to be tackled

University of Leicester launch Sprint programme to 'degenderise' career options

New test for Cambridge admissions

Students looking to start university in 2017 will face new written tests in Cambridge applicat...

HE applications see small rise

University and college applicant numbers rise by 0.2%, UCAS reports

What steps should universities take to beat extremism?

Professor Lawrence Phillips argues that higher education should play a bigger part in helping ...

Australian universities now reach broader cohort

Universities across Australia are now enrolling more students from traditionally under-represe...

Japanese Princess graduates from University of Leicester

Princess Mako was awarded her Master of Arts degree on Thursday

Refreshing communications

Professor David Russell says effective digital marketing communications enable universities to...

New Family Business degrees to be launched at QMU

Queen Margaret University (QMU), Edinburgh, has announced plans to launch two new postgraduate...

New app set to boost children's reading skills

Primary school teacher and Plymouth graduate creates new app to improve children's reading ski...