In a first for a university, Glasgow has agreed to pay reparations for money it received as a result of the slave trade
Mike Haslin, chief executive officer at The University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) considers the exceptional development paths available in higher education
Attendees at June’s vast security industry gathering represented a combined annual purchasing budget of £23 billion
Whether today’s savvy students are deciding to grab lunch on the go or dine with friends after a hard day’s studying, university caterers need to ensure that their offering hits the mark. So what are the main catering developments to clock for the academic year ahead? Keri Beckingham sharpens her knife
Meteoric rise of plant-based foods continues, no and low-alcohol options grow 381%, concerns over African swine fever and inflation reaches four-year high finds latest TUCO Intelligence report
The state-of-the-art facility includes a financial market trading suite, a data lab and a 220-seat lecture theatre
Do you know how many of your students are overwhelmed by the demands of academic writing?
Universities may be paying over the odds for international students to access journals, databases and e-books
USS annual report shows satisfaction in the pension scheme has dropped 40% in two years
Managing travel risks for students and staff studying and working abroad is a tricky business. So how do you know your liability and check you have the right cover?
As 10 mental health pilot projects backed by the Office for Student prepare to get under way, Yvonne Hawkins says the sector ‘can’t afford to wait two years’ for solutions
After banning an LGBT group in 1993, the SU has apologised to the students and offered them a lifetime membership
Is UK HE becoming more accessible to students with disabilities? And if so, is it happening fast enough? Steve Wright asks the experts in the second in our series
A new report by student internet provider ASK4 highlights the obstacles and opportunities faced by student accommodation operators when gathering and managing their residents’ data
The university will undertake research for the tournament and students will benefit from work experience and internships
There is a mixed picture for international intake in Scotland this year but more domestic students are entering higher education than ever before
After a campaign from its students' union, the University of Liverpool has agreed to divest investments of £2.8m
There are two ways to look at GDPR: either as protecting people’s privacy or giving companies a legally-defined way to collect and process data.