These could be PhD thesis topics in Geology or Hydrology but are, in fact, business questions vice chancellors have been wrestling with for years. With A level results in the UK out on the 17th August some might be about
Having women on boards enhances business performance. We’ve known that for years. So are there why so few women in tech?
In the FT last week, Susan Bowen, chair of the Women in Tech Council at TechUK wrote:
“Tech companies that fail
Over the past month we have witnessed the tip of the pay gap iceberg, with iconic institutions becoming embroiled in bitter disputes over disparity in pay.
The BBC, Church of England, Google, Financial Times and Cambridge University have all found themselves
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Mike Boxall of PA Consulting gives his analysis of the trends impacting on UK and world demand for higher education.
Warns UK HE against over emphasis on existing 18 year old cohort
Predicts that alternative providers will compete for future demand, not
In the first chapter of a new series highlighting presentations by some of higher education’s key figures, we examine the theme of disruptive changes to student recruitment.
Two of UK higher education’s leading voices paint compelling pictures of the future of
All parents want the best for their baby and many dog owners are understandably confused or worried about how to prepare a pet for their new arrival.
However midwives can play a key role in putting their minds at ease by
The Maternity, Midwifery & Baby (MMB) study day and formula-free exhibition returns to Manchester Utd FC, Old Trafford, on Tuesday 26th September 2017.
In the past week alone more than 200 midwives and student midwives have signed up to attend this
As Parliament breaks for summer recess we are reminded of prime minister Harold Wilson’s phrase “a week is a long time in politics” – for universities that week turned out to be 15th – 19th May 2017.
Until that week the university outlook was
It’s the nasty surprises that do the damage. The publication of top BBC salaries has caused an almighty furore over the last week but what light does it shine on Gender Pay Gap Reporting?
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