Vice-chancellor of the University of the Arts London (UAL) Sir Nigel Carrington will step down in December 2020
With AUDE highlighting a three-year-long reduction in maintenance spend, how can facility managers and directors of estates focus their efforts on carbon reduction?
Willmott Dixon showcases some of their developments for 2020, including iconic builds at Bournemouth and Bath Spa universities
A report from the University and College Union argues insecure contracts are creating 'second-class' staff
Charity launches new guide to help students who are struggling with mental health issues such as anxiety or depression
How are universities striving to attract the best and most diverse staff? Steve Wright asks our panel of experts
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The charity has pledged to create a network to disseminate best practice and bring universities together with charities and local organisations
Carwyn Jones will lecture in the same faculty where he himself was an undergraduate
New student statistics in the UK show overall student numbers are up – but rise in first-class degrees has stalled
The 15-strong delegation of academics and business development specialists are all members of the Energy Research Accelerator
The university is the first to offer an ex gratia scheme for students who experienced 'distress and inconvenience' as a result of industrial action
Anthony McClaran, the former UCAS and UK QAA chief executive, to take up new role this April
HE providers asked about their degree classification rules
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has assured MPs that the government 'will continue to participate'
Attendees can learn about the work of the newly-established climate commission
With the number of short-term university contracts set to rise in the coming years, it’s never been more important for institutions to invest in reliable solutions to manage hourly paid staff
A survey by the Wellcome Trust suggests an 'unkind and aggressive' research culture could drive people out of the profession
Sheffield vice-chancellor Koen Lamberts said he hoped the scheme would 'change the way people think about racism'
Two new reports address decline in students studying modern languages
“Too often, students say they are not getting the support they need,” says the Office for Students, as it publishes new proposals
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