Institutes and businesses will get the benefit from autumn with overseas research activity included in the scheme
Latest rankings show strength of UK sector against international peers, but research director warns of negative impact from EU exit
D-Tech International, has been appointed as the only laptop self-service supplier on the APUC purchasing framework agreement
Sewport's initiative follows a Design Council report which found that only 12% of design managers and sector business owners are from a black, Asian or minority ethnic background
What can universities do to manage this dramatic upsurge in demand for mental health support?
Powerful image pays tribute to students lost to suicide for University Mental Health Day
Almost 3,000 university students give their take on Brexit and what that means for their future career options
We explore some of the major challenges facing edtech adoption in HE
Figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency show that the proportion of state-educated pupils at UK universities has fallen for the first time in eight years
If university managers can start to implement good degree courses in engineering studies of all types, they will in all probability see strong demand for them from students.
Technology offers the flexibility to use a combination of tools and methods to help students absorb new information and efficiently learn. In today’s digital age, technology offers many powerful learning tools for teachers to use in classrooms and also for students to study with on their own.
The updated Perkins Review finds that apprenticeship levy limitations and technical teacher shortages are among the factors threatening economic growth
London College of Contemporary Arts’ first UK university partnership delivers management degrees validated by the University of East London
Bishop Grosseteste University’s new PG Cert seeks to keep students abreast of change in an ever-evolving health service
What’s really holding back technology adoption in higher education? Charges are normally levelled at technophobia or cost but, as Paddy Smith discovers at Bett 2019, it might just be lack of content
UK universities are uniquely placed to recruit Chinese students deterred from US study by souring geopolitical relations. But are they doing enough?
The Report: UCAS’s latest report on unconditional offers reveals some worrying insight into this fast-growing trend, discovers Cathy Parnham
David J Edwards, Professor of Plant and Machinery Management at Birmingham City University, has been awarded his fourth professorship by Deakin University in Victoria, Australia.
Forty-seven school students from across the country have won places at 33 different institutions, including Harvard, Princeton, Yale and Columbia through the Sutton Trust US Programme.
New research conducted by the Office for Students highlights concerns over the increasing trend for unconditional offers, with 111,700 offered in 2018 compared to just 3,000 in 2013.
First annual pay report from OfS found ‘variation between providers’. By Kevin O’Malley
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