Juergen Maier says the country is falling behind in developing lifelong learning schemes and must deliver better provision
Kathy Johnson, of candidate engagement tech firm, Meet & Engage, looks at how digital technologies can encourage more students from lower income backgrounds into university
Attendees at June’s vast security industry gathering represented a combined annual purchasing budget of £23 billion
lunch! – the UK’s biggest trade event for education catering buyers – will be opening the doors to its biggest show yet later this month at ExCeL London on 19-20 September
The new buildings will be located on a brownfield site adjacent to Bristol Temple Meads station and home to the university’s new school of management
Do you know how many of your students are overwhelmed by the demands of academic writing?
Derwent fm will provide a diverse range of services as part of this three-year contract
Unions say the pledge to reduce the use of fixed and short-term contracts won't tackle a problem it says is 'endemic'
UK universities may not be ready for a no-deal Brexit, with 48% only 'slightly' prepared for October 31
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
The education secretary has said the higher education sector should 'get its house in order'
James Pitman from Study Group says the new prime minister could be good news for higher education if he can encourage more international students to study here
A new applied health research centre brings together experts from the Universities of Leeds, University of Bradford and the local NHS
The university will undertake research for the tournament and students will benefit from work experience and internships
The Office for Students has announced the publication of the first set of five-year access and participation plans
The Office for Students wants more ambitious contextual offers to be used by university admission teams, but a recent HEPI survey revealed student opinion is divided on lower grade offers. How did we get here and what is the sector doing? James Higgins reports
New strategy has seen profits rise by 2% while reducing the environmental impact of Cambridge University’s catering teams
One Hour Degree has been played almost 1000 times across 51 different countries in less than a week