Alex Acland, Head of the Education Practice, Odgers Berndtson, on global initiative CEO for the Day
10 universities will initially partner with ProQuest to create a “next generation solution that bridges selection and acquisition for an efficient, effective, timely system that increases value to users”
The postgraduate degree in entrepreneurship, from Coventry and Deakin universities, will commence in May next year
3D gaming technology is being used by a team from the university to take students and researchers on virtual field trips to the Arctic Circle
Professor Sherrington honoured with world first by top Swedish university
The two institutions will deliver UK accredited programmes in Hanover
Geosciences, migration studies and 'one health' will comprise the initial areas for collaboration, worth up to 100,000 Euros in the first year
The conference will take place in Manchester on 5th and 6th December - book today!
The University of Bath’s student electric racing car team, Team Bath Racing Electric, is looking to do UK engineering proud when it competes in China in their maiden Formula Student Electric China event
The UK Young Restaurant Team of the Year 2018 recently returned from an educational study trip to Colombia
Increasing numbers of Chinese students are looking to study overseas, Rocky Chi reports, and the UK is ideally positioned to cater to their needs
… while female applicants can be 200% more likely to receive an offer from their chosen university, says research from BridgeU
The company has acquired a former cola factory in Cork to create a 600-bed student accommodation scheme
“His extensive experience and passion for innovation will help driving the growth of our institution,” said BSBI's Executive Chairman, Sagi Hartov
Rocky Chi discusses navigating the complexities of marketing your higher education offer to Chinese students
A pioneering University of Sunderland project is aiming to help improve education for thousands of Iraqi children
Higher education institutions from across the UK came together at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London to discuss opportunities and challenges in the recruitment of international students at a conference organised by Cambridge Assessment English and UK NARIC.
Bett continues its goal of improving education across the globe as Bett Asia returns for its fifth outing
When they first came to prominence half a decade ago, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) seemed to herald a utopian era of free, online education which was open to all. Five years on, Alex Diggins asks how well that vision matches reality
Law students from UWE Bristol have helped inmates and wardens in prisons in Kenya to study for a law degree, by giving them access to course materials and providing legal tuition through a volunteer project over the summer.
A new report challenges assumptions about Chinese students and finds they have more in common with European students than commonly assumed
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