Annual event includes food, drinks and bar skills
Specialist payment solutions provider VMC is helping universities across the UK to implement smart digital solutions into their catering outlets that make a real difference to the student experience
University catering services are adapting to food trends and student demand, Keri Beckingham finds out how.
By Matthew White, chair of the University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) and director of catering, hotel and conferencing at the University of Reading
Positive hospitality experiences increase student wellbeing, says new TUCO research ‘Hospitable Campus’
JUMP, a new programme that raises awareness around environmental challenges, has been launched at the University of Reading’s Green Festival.
SPONSORED: By Matthew White, chair of the University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) and director of Catering, Hotel and Conferencing at the University of Reading
Specialist in the sector, the Glion Institute of Higher Education, has teamed up with FutureLearn to offer the new qualification
SPONSORED: University Hospitality Seminars Ltd have partnered with Welbilt to offer a suite of learning events for the higher education sector throughout the year
SPONSORED: Professor David Russell, chairman of Russell Partnership Collection, and Charlotte Harbour, head of innovations, share three food trends for 2019
SPONSORED: Written by Professor David Russell in partnership with Charlotte Harbour
Glion Institute of Higher Education, a world-leading hospitality management institution, has announced its new portfolio of master’s degrees available across campuses in the UK and Switzerland.
SPONSORED: By Matthew White, Chair of the University Caterers Organisation (TUCO) and Director of Catering, Hotel and Conferencing at the University of Reading
In 2019, CUBO is on a mission to provide its members and the sector at large with new research into the impact of universities’ commercial and campus services
Dr Stuart Jauncey, Managing Director of Les Roches Global Hospitality Education, discusses how hospitality leaders can make a sustainable difference
Delegates discuss palm oil, Brexit and student wellbeing at the 4th annual event
Increased pressure on young graduates in the workplace means coaching and mentoring will become vital at a much earlier stage, says Chris Sheppardson, CEO at EP Business in Hospitality
University of Sunderland lecturer, Dr Dave Archer, has been outlining its benefits in the wake of Kellogg's plans to introduce the system from January
The new drinking vessels at Bishop Grosseteste University are made from recycled rice husks
Domestic Bursar for St Hugh’s, Rahele Mirnateghi, talks about the institution's partnership with Pelican Procurement
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