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Durham launches online MBA

Durham University Business School launches its new online MBA experience

The pros and cons of proposed two-year undergraduate degrees

Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research & Innovation, recently sugge...

How technology can improve your apprenticeship programme

An apprenticeship programme can benefit hugely from implementing tech, says Capita's Alex Ball...

Masters course to create 'army of cyber security experts'  

Sunderland University's new Masters course aims to teach the next generation of cyber security...

South West business leaders identify top barriers to growth

'We all have our part to play in taking action,' said Professor Veronica Hope Hailey, Dean of ...

Students challenged to help tackle cyber security threats

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has launched a new cyber security student challenge with t...

NI's top students join Civica Scholarship Programme

The programme, which aims to nurture fresh talent in the UK IT sector, was launched in 2008

£1.3m funding for on-campus digital innovation centre

University Campus Aylesbury Vale has been awarded the funding by Buckinghamshire Thames Valley...

New security centre to fight cyber crime 

Cybercrime currently costs the UK between £18 billion and £27 billion a year

The real international experience of online learning

University of Liverpool's Helen O'Sullivan discusses how online learning provides a real alter...

Future-proof your VLE

Thomas Worthington of the Bloom VLE team from CoSector - UoL, talks challenges and opportuniti...

Kingston University opens new virtual reality centre

The new state-of-the-art centre will give students the facilities they need to be at the foref...

International expert Lancaster's new Chair in Digital Health

Professor Sumi Helal hails from the University of Florida, and is a specialist in mobile and p...

UK students compete for £10,000 cyber competition prize

Imperial College London students dubbed the UK's most talented in cyber security in the Univer...

Queen's Uni Belfast opens Computer Science hub

The University has invested £14m in the state-of-the-art building, which is supporting the exp...

How data analytics can help schools and unis foster growth

Tableau Software's James Eiloart looks into how education institutions can use data analytics ...

Natalie McGuinness: My Roehampton online experience

Natalie McGuinness, one of the students on University of Roehampton's new online course, share...

Uni challenge: Providing value for students in a digital age

Students are now 'consumers' with very real purchasing power, says Axians' Andy Butcher

Attracting students is increasingly about digital leadership

A new report from Jisc highlights the increasing importance of the capable delivery of technol...

Freelance technology essay writing service

Guest post: Writing Academy has the solution for those who struggle with writing

NMiTE receives £8 million start-up funding 

Britain currently has an estimated shortfall of 40,000 engineering graduates

Leeds offers online MBA

University of Leeds and Pearson kick off partnership with launch of online MBA

Students want tracking apps in HE

The survey also found that 98% of HE students think that technology is becoming increasingly i...

Cape Town and Leeds to study role of tech in HE

New transcontinental research project to look at the way technology is affecting traditional c...

Launchpad LeiceSTAR

University of Leicester helps secure investment in space science and Earth observation technol...

Cyber security, are you in the know?

Keynote speaker at this year's Networkshop, Miranda Mowbray takes us through some of the secur...

HESA and Civica to work on new Data Futures project

The Higher Education Statistics Agency has appointed the IT services partner to work on a data...

Christie's Education supports exceptional student experience

Unit 4 Announce Christie's Education is to implement Unit4 Student Management in the Microsoft...

Bath students enter Lab2Moon Challenge

Aerospace Engineering students from the University of Bath hope to send their experiment to th...

Real-time information makes for good university decisions

Business Intelligence is the latest buzzword, but how can we integrate it into the complex wor...

Employability skills: we love a good debate

According to British businesses, postgraduate employability skills are lacking

Keeping the constantly-connected student truly connected

Rashid Ajami discusses the importance of helping students to not get overwhelmed by being 'con...

50% of pupils are considering apprenticeships 

One in two students say they are thinking about apprenticeships as a route into employment, ne...

Why universities should embrace learning analytics 

Universities need to use learning analytics to improve what they offer students, says Andy Alf...

Apprenticeships ten years on: what's on and what's next?

After ten years of National Apprenticeship Week what's on near you and how can apprenticeships...

Students in UK and Finland share cyber-stage in world first

Actors 1,600 miles apart perform live together in world first through university's 'Stargate'-...

Leading EdTech specialists gather for a brand new conference

On 7th March 2017, University Business and Education Technology are bringing together leading ...

How tech can help children with autism

The University of Bath partners with FutureLearn to broaden understanding of how technology ca...

The growth of data intensive university research

Infrastructure reliability and usability is key to making data intensive research work, says A...

The Edtech Glossary

Like any language, the lexicon of learning expands constantly. Simon Fry updates us on Big Dat...