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UB June issue out now!

The June edition of University Business magazine is now available to download

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | May 12, 2017 | Events

The latest edition of University Business magazine is now available to read online, for free.  

On the cover

The spotlight is on Newcastle this issue – as it increases its impact both at home and abroad, with an ever-expanding international offering.

Safe and sound

Campus security is an increasingly important issue for universities competing to attract students, who rightly expect high standards of on-site protection to set against tuition fees and accommodation costs. We look at some of the measures that are making modern campuses as safe and secure as possible. 

A sporting chance

We look at some of the UK’s best university sporting facilities, and how these developments are linked to bettering the country’s mental health.

Future thinking

We also check in with FutureLearn, the UK’s leading social learning platform, to map the evolution of online learning.

Every issue of UB is packed with the latest news including: 

*Campus services and new developments

*People and appointments

*Key association updates

*Opinions and views

*HE catering

*Education technology

*Events and diary     

Click here to read the latest issue for free.

University Business magazine focuses on the entire business of higher education. Every month, the magazine is delivered to more than 16,000 key decision makers including vice-chancellors, finance directors and procurement managers. Follow us on twitter via @UB_UK or check out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ubmag  

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