What are the key issues, challenges and opportunities facing facilities management teams at today’s HE campuses?
Michael Monaghan explains his role as a leadership and development adviser
Two years into his tenure as Universities UK’s chief executive, Alistair Jarvis thinks the sector’s proven resilience will continue to be tested. Interview by Paddy Smith
The reaction to the Augar review from the education sector, politics and industry has been mixed
Following the release of the UUK/NUS report on the BAME attainment gap, Soas director says league tables could help universities ‘recognise where they’re at’
Housing Hand have announced their second University collaboration, at the University of Salford. They will support the most vulnerable students such as care leavers and estranged students by offering them a UK guarantor.
From SaaS to scalability, how can universities keep a tight rein on their ICT expenses, while still offering students the best digital experience available? Steve Wright quizzes six experts
Lee Hall shares his typical day leading a diverse school at the University of Sunderland
As the Open University celebrates half a century since its charter, vice-chancellor Mary Kellett tells Paddy Smith what she thinks the next 50 years hold for distance learning
Gavin Newman, virtual event expert and director at iVent – the home of Uni-Connect – explains why universities need options when it comes to their student recruitment strategy
It’s important that all departments communicate effectively with one another and understand the role of their colleagues
Britain’s universities have been actively engaged in a period of empire building in recent years
Costly oil painting of the ex-University of Bath vice chancellor is mired in controversy
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