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University Workers to Strike Over Pay and Pensions

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Members of the University and College Union (UCU) are to strike for eight days in disputes over pay and pensions.


Santander and Bath Sign Their Fifth Partnership

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Santander Universities UK and the University of Bath have entered another three-year partnership, representing the fifth such arrangement between the two institutions.


RGU Start Search for New Principal

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Aberdeen's Robert Gordon University (RGU) has begun searching for a new principal to lead the institution.


Universities Minister Calls for Action Over Unfinished Accommodation

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The universities minister Chris Skidmore has called a summit to address the issue of unfinished student accommodation.


Unite Enters Nominations Agreement with the University of Leeds

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Unite Group has entered into a nominations agreement with the University of Leeds for a period of 30-years, covering its White Rose View development. The agreement covers 559 of the 976 beds due to be delivered, which will become operational in time for the 2020-21 academic year.


CERN Collaboration to Provide for Placement Opportunities

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The University of Bath has entered into an agreement to join a long-running experience group based at CERN.


Lincoln Falls Out of the Top 50

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The University of Lincoln has dropped out of the top 50 in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.


Oxford Tops Latest University League Table

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Oxford University has been ranked as the best university in the annual Times Higher Education world rankings for the fourth year in a row.


Bristol University Offer Accommodation in Wales After Running Out of Beds

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Bristol University has been offering students accommodation in Wales after running out of room at its own halls.


Construction Delays Plague Lincoln Scheme

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Students have been forced to live in alternative accommodation due to delays in the construction of a new 301-bed scheme in Lincoln.


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