Increasing numbers of Chinese students are looking to study overseas, 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
Research by The Knowledge Academy has identified which UK institutions have the best track records on graduate employment
A guide to navigating the complexities of marketing your higher education offer to Chinese students
Rebecca Paddick asks two sector experts, what are the latest trends in student living, and how well is higher education meeting demand?
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.
Sian Duffin, Student Support Manager at Arden University, shares 5 top tips on managing stress
The two year BA Hons Digital Design Consultancy degree course at CU Coventry is the result of consultation between academics and business
Dominic Kitchen, Accommodation Officer at Sheffield Hallam University, discusses how students are benefiting from SNUG, a scheme to drive up private sector housing standards in the city
Amidst the many difficulties administrators face, none attracts more disagreement than free speech. But is it truly an endangered species in our universities? And can university leaders stop it going extinct? Alex Diggins reports
Nadine Lee, University Partnerships Director, Campus Living Villages, calls for collaborative working to tackle student mental health
Despite concerns over intellectual freedom, Nelson Ody insists that internet filtering can be a positive for both staff and students
Collabco’s myday app helped deliver a huge surge in voting numbers at Aberystwyth University's student elections
The company's online tutorials, helping students with learning difficulties, headed the ‘Tech for Good’ category at Dynamites 18
Autumn leaves have started to fall, and as we in the higher education sector know, this means the start of visiting days
The Chartered Institute of Marketing expects its new service to be taken up by universities, business schools, and training providers looking for a differentiator when attracting learners
“We are sleepwalking into the biggest danger that young people have faced,” said co-founder, Sir Anthony Seldon. “AI could be a considerable boon if we get the ethical dimension right but, with each passing month, we are losing the battle.”
South & City College Birmingham, University College Birmingham and The University of Birmingham have joined forces to launch a new Foundation Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Generation Z let down by employers and universities over mental health support, new study shows
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.
Andrew Drummond, Associate, student residential sector champion, at R H Partnership Architects (rhp), offers insight into the changing priorities in student accommodation design
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