SPONSORED: Talis Insight Europe will run in Birmingham from 30 April–1 May 2019
SPONSORED: James Breakell, UK Managing Director of D-Tech International, takes a look at how you can improve your library services to support your students better.
Andrew Wilkinson, CEO, Schools and Universities Sodexo UK & Ireland shares a 4-step plan to help acclimatise new students to student life
Sian Duffin, student support manager at Arden University, advises on simple steps to initiate mental health support
Elliot Gowans from D2L discusses extending the VLE to deliver CPD
SPONSORED: HobSafe from Prefect Controls provides the most practical and cost-effective way to prevent hobs from being accidentally left on in communal kitchens.
SPONSORED: An accurate current meter in every bedroom and hot water tank
SPONSORED: Nicole Reid, Higher Education Manager at Texthelp, talks about continuity of support from education to the workplace
Discover why Manchester Student Homes feels it offers a unique approach to supporting students off campus
SPONSORED: High-tech book storage facility at Cambridge University
Take an exclusive sneak preview of Warwick University’s new £50m sports hub
Miranda Thomas, assistant director external affairs, Universities UK International, discusses the International Higher Education Forum, taking place on the heels of Brexit
SPONSORED: A technology review could bring long-term benefits to your service delivery, explains James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International.
Join us at Swansea University’s beachfront Bay Campus this July for the CUBO Summer Conference!
Cycling is a silver bullet for sustainability but needs aggressive promotion, says Steve Edgell
Elite universities are educating students with an international outlook as well as academic promise, says Harry Hortyn
By Matthew White, chair of the University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) and director of catering, hotel and conferencing at the University of Reading
Ensuring today’s students are job and book smart is essential, says Dr Nadine Page, senior research fellow at Hult International Business School
With the changing cyberthreat landscape, Adenike Cosgrove discusses the need to roll out training to both students and staff
Giving young people an early taste of university life can broaden social diversity in our elite institutions, says Harry Hortyn
We need more cohesion, says Kevin Rogers, as he examines how and why universities should be responding to the mental health agenda
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