UK universities must offer an A* experience

Cailean Hargrave, Head of Education at Portal discusses why students are increasingly applying to overseas universities

Blue Monday: Charlie Waller Memorial Trust launches new student mental health guide

Charity launches new guide to help students who are struggling with mental health issues such as anxiety or depression

Proactive protection: reassurance air testing

You’ve planned for asbestos works during your modernisation project, but have you planned for air testing and monitoring, asks Steve Walker

A breath of fresh air

Improving air quality can boost performance

Students spend a lot on their university education, so where does that money go?

Jon Knight explains why universities need to add value by investing in learning enhancing technologies

More students turning to sex work to pay bills, survey reveals

The number of students turning to sex work doubles since 2017

Degree apprenticeships: disrupting the HE sector

Universities must put employers and apprentices at the heart of their degree apprenticeship offer, say Jo Bishenden and Ima Bishop

Profile: Prof Shirley Congdon, Bradford University’s new VC

The university has a track record for widening participation but is based in a region better-known for its deprivation. This former nurse from County Durham has made social mobility her ambition

GDPR: One year in

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.