York St John University Reveal Plans for New Creative Centre

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York St John University is planning to invest £15 million into a major new development and possibly launch a site in London.

Uliving Named As Preferred Bidder for University of Brighton Accommodation Project

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Uliving has been named as the preferred bidder for the University of Brighton’s new 800-bed student development at the Moulsecoomb campus.

Hull Professor Named As One of World’s Top Researchers

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A professor at the University of Hull has been named as one of the world's most influential researchers.

Inside Kingston School of Art's £30 Million Refurbishment

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Set to be delivered in December 2019, Kingston School of Art is now undergoing a £30 million overhaul that will see large scale redesigns of workshop and studio spaces, as well as the exterior of the building itself.

Swansea University Named as a Partner in £40m Institute of Coding Initiative

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Speaking at the World Economic Forum 2018 in Davos, PM Theresa May outlined the government's plans to drive up digital skills to "equip people of all ages with the skills they need" through the launch of the Institute of Coding.

University Plans Approved for Man Utd “Class of ’92”

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Plans by former Manchester United players to build a student village and university on the site of the former Kellogg’s building on Talbot Road were approved and endorsed on Monday by Trafford Council’s executive committee.

Cambridge University Considers US Degree System

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Cambridge University is considering whether it should break with 200 years of tradition by adopting a US-style grading system in a bid to combat continuous grade inflation.

Universities Face Strike Action Over Pension Reforms

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It looks increasingly likely that planned strikes by members of the University and College Union will go ahead next month after failed talks.

Thousands of Students Face University Rent Arrears

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New figures suggest more than 17,000 students living in university halls fell behind on rent payments in the last year.

Newcastle's Economy Could Be Harmed by Brexit

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A report by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) suggests international students contribute nearly £700m to the North-East economy each year, supporting hundreds of jobs and businesses.