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Government’s Innovation Strategy welcomed by NCUB

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New plans to boost private sector investment to put the UK at the front of the global innovation race have been welcomed by various education bodies, including the National Centre…

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65 universities participating in Study UK event

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More than UK universities will be taking part in the British Council’s ‘Study UK’ event to promote the benefits of studying in the UK to prospective students across Europe. Undergraduate…

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Concerns, costs and caution: How can we safely reopen UK universities?

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By Gary Peeling (pictured), CEO at Where The Trade Buys For both university staff and prospective students, the future looks daunting. Universities across the UK are still going through a period…

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Half of UK universities have reported data breaches to the ICO

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More than half of UK universities have reported a data breach to the ICO in the last year, while 46% of all university staff received no security training and almost…

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Student email fraud risk flagged ahead of A-Level results day

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Almost two thirds (65 percent) of the UK’s top 20 Universities have no published DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance) record, making them potentially more susceptible to cybercriminals spoofing their identity…

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UNISON: Higher Education members should strike for better pay…

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UNISON, one of the largest trade unions in the UK, is calling for Higher Education employees to strike for better pay after claiming that universities ‘put billions away in the bank…

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