Loughborough University Nominated for Five National Awards

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Loughborough University has been placed on the shortlist for five Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards.

University Receives Funding for Renewables Research

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The University of Aberdeen has been granted £148,500 to bring early career researches to Aberdeen to conduct research into renewable energy storage and conversion.

University Staff Call Off Strike Action

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University staff have called off strikes that would have hampered summer exams, after agreeing to fresh pension plans.

University of Portsmouth to Close Student Accommodation

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Bosses at the University of Portsmouth are consulting with staff over plans to shut down a 600-bed student accommodation campus.

New Analysis Ranks Universities on Equality

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New analysis on student enrolment figures suggest poorer students have more equal access to less prestigious universities.

Kingston Professors Appointed to REF Panels

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Three Kingston University academics have been picked from more than 4,000 nominations to be part of subject panels for the next Government Research Excellence Framework (REF) in three years' time.

UCLan Confirmed as NHS Apprenticeship Partner

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The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) in Preston has been named as the academic partner in a new training initiative being delivered by North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust (NCUH) and Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (CPFT).

Scottish Universities Team up to Ensure Post Brexit Influence

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The Principals of the University of Glasgow and Edinburgh have agreed to work together to mitigate the impact of Brexit on the Scottish Higher Education sector.

Oxford Beats Cambridge in Student Experience Survey

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Oxford University has beaten Cambridge in the Times Higher Education Student Experience survey 2018.

New Medical Schools Announced

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Five new medical schools are to be opened in England as part of a government drive to expand the number of training places.