The July issue of UB magazine is out now!

The July edition of University Business, the future-proofing issue, is now available to view online, for free

ON THE COVER: Breaking point
As mental health problems continue to spiral out of control, how can each and every Vice-Chancellor implement a holistic approach to student wellbeing?

Sustainability part 1: green campuses
From building greener campuses to launching environmentally friendly initiatives, Keri Beckingham looks at the ways that universities are driving the sustainability agenda forward

Socially speaking 
How can universities effectively utilise social media to connect with students over the summer period? Charley Rogers investigates

Essential maintenance projects, lucrative external events: is your university making the most of the summer downtime?

Also in this issue, we catch up with Northampton’s Chancellor, the Reverend Richard Coles,  education law firm VWV discuss the regulatory framework for HE in England, and we take a look at education in 1958.

Every issue of UB is packed with the latest news including:

*Campus services and new developments

*People and appointments

*Key association updates

*Opinions and views

*HE catering

*Education technology

*Events and diary

Click here to read the latest issue for free.

University Business magazine focuses on the entire business of higher education. Every month, the magazine is delivered to more than 16,000 key decision makers including vice-chancellors, finance directors and procurement managers.

Follow us on twitter via @UB_UK or check out our Facebook page:

Read University Business magazine online, every month, for free!

Free live webinar & QA

Blended learning – Did we forget about the students?

Free Education Webinar with Class

Wednesday, June 15, 11AM London BST

Join our expert panel as we look at what blended learning means in 2022 and how universities can meet the needs of ever more diverse student expectations.

Send an Invite...

Would you like to share this event with your friends and colleagues?