Universities provide significant support, but we cannot do this alone.
If you care about higher education, its ability to transform people’s lives and impact wider society, joining our team is a great opportunity.
Universities have a responsibility towards students and staff experiencing mental illness.
A whole university approach recommends that all aspects of university life promote and support student and staff mental health.
Collaboration is at the heart of what we do.
How can universities evaluate and understand what action works?
The success of the UK’s higher education sector is built on diversity and autonomy.
Universities are working to support their students and staff and to make their communities safer.
If you care about higher education and the impact it has on society, we offer a variety of opportunities.
We want a website which puts our users at the centre of decisions.
The topics area of the website allows our users to find our content by subject area.
The #TwinForHope campaign is an opportunity for UK universities to communicate how they are working together to support Ukrainian universities.
Originally developed over ten years ago, #WeAreInternational relaunched in May 2023, with over 70 institutions taking part.
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We support vice-chancellors in leading their institutions.
How can universities better support students in difficulty with their mental health before, during and after going on placements?
In 2019 we ran a campaign urging the UK government to fully associate to the future Erasmus+ programme as part of the negotiations with the EU.
What can university leaders do?
Specialist institutions offer higher education courses and expertise around one specialism.
We are always looking for interesting and engaging speakers to add to our diverse programme.
Our monthly updates are a great way for you to stay up to date with our work, events, and higher education news.