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HE ISN'T BROKEN -- BUT IT NEEDS TO FIX ITS DIVERSITY PROBLEM
HE ISN'T BROKEN -- BUT IT NEEDS TO FIX ITS DIVERSITY PROBLEM
NEW YEAR PRESENTS HE SECTOR WITH FRESH CHALLENGES
NEW YEAR PRESENTS HE SECTOR WITH FRESH CHALLENGES
UUKi URGES EMPLOYERS TO BACK STUDY ABROAD
UUKi URGES EMPLOYERS TO BACK STUDY ABROAD
GATEWAY TO UNIVERSITY EXPERTISE OFFERS 'SMART MATCH' WITH BUSINESS
GATEWAY TO UNIVERSITY EXPERTISE OFFERS 'SMART MATCH' WITH BUSINESS
SURVEY PINPOINTS NEW WAYS TO MAKE POSTGRADUATES SATISFIED
SURVEY PINPOINTS NEW WAYS TO MAKE POSTGRADUATES SATISFIED
GOVERNMENT SHOULD LISTEN TO EMPLOYERS ON GRADUATE JOBS
GOVERNMENT SHOULD LISTEN TO EMPLOYERS ON GRADUATE JOBS
POSTGRADUATE RESEARCHERS REPORT HIGH LEVELS OF ANXIETY
POSTGRADUATE RESEARCHERS REPORT HIGH LEVELS OF ANXIETY
NEW 'UNIBUDDY' PLATFORM BOOSTS STUDENT RECRUITMENT
NEW 'UNIBUDDY' PLATFORM BOOSTS STUDENT RECRUITMENT
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Buckingham University names new Chancellor

The University of Buckingham has appointed Dame Mary Archer as its new Chancellor. Dame Mary will be joining the University from 24 February, succeeding Lady Tessa Keswick, who has been in the role since 2014.

Higher education is not broken - it just needs to fix its diversity problem

Reviewing the past week's higher education news, Rachel Hewitt, Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Higher Education Policy Institute, takes issue with claims that UK higher education is "broken" and sees encouraging signs that it is addressing issues over diversity.

New year presents HE sector with fresh challenges

Professor Malcolm Todd, Deputy Vice-Chancellor/Provost (academic and student experience) at the University of Derby, comments on what he sees as the most significant higher education news and opinions making headlines in the first week of 2020.