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Civil engineering student

Investing in apprenticeships

18 March 2016
Ruth South of Capgemini reports on a successful partnership with Aston University.

Megan Murray

Why I chose to study for a degree apprenticeship

16 March 2016
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, Megan Murray explains her reasons for choosing to work and study as one of the first degree apprentices.

Tom Sherlock

A week in the life of a degree apprentice

16 March 2016
To mark National Apprenticeship Week, Tom Sherlock gives us an insight into the combination balancing work and study as one of the first degree apprentices.

Construction students

The value of apprenticeships

14 March 2016
Professor Chris Husbands explains how degree apprenticeships at Sheffield Hallam University have contributed to the success of the regional economy.

Manchester skyline

Universities – making the most of devolution and localism

7 March 2016
James Ransom examines the implications for universities following the passage of the Cities and Local Government Devolution Bill.

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills

How did universities fare in BIS’s grant letter to HEFCE?

4 March 2016
Julie Tam assesses whether BIS's grant letter to HEFCE matched her expectations.

Happy students on campus

Universities and mental health

3 March 2016
John de Pury contemplates the factors behind a possible 'crisis' in student mental health.

Graph showing growth

Enterprise, Innovation and Growth – examples of the real impact of HEIF

2 March 2016
The returns of HEIF are clear, argues Greg Wade, with £9.70 generated for every £1 invested.

Trinity College Dublin

The implications of Brexit on Irish higher education

1 March 2016
Ned Costello of the Irish Universities Association presents his take on the implications of a Brexit.

healthcare

Healthcare degree funding: making the reforms work

25 February 2016
'Universities will work with health and social care providers to develop the high quality workforce they need', writes Professor Steve West.