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The Economist: Report – Automated, Creative & Dispersed

Published on June 1, 2015
...sities tointegrate themselves more effectively with industry. Massive open online courses (MOOCs), an accessible and cheap form of online learning, have the potential to make higher learning more flexible, and therefore easier to combine with work placements or even running a business. Professor Anant Agarwal is chief executive at EdX, a non-profit MOOC platform founded by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University with over... Read more »

Alliance Awards 2021 winners!

Published on June 23, 2021 with a partnership with a local engineering design company to produce a manufacturable point-of-care LAMP device from an earlier prototype. This device has been manufactured in small numbers and demonstrated in the field as an effective test for the Covid-19 virus. Its advantage are its ease of use, speed and effectiveness and its ability to work without the need for laboratory processing. In partnership with the university the team have create... Read more »

CPD: End of life care Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)

Published on January 28, 2016
...ield Hallam University partnered with St Luke’s Hospice to launch the free online course. It provides a flexible learning opportunity based on conversations about death and dying, increasing awareness of the needs and experiences of patients nearing the end of life and understanding the pressures being faced by carers. The Sheffield Hallam Open Online Course (SHOOC®) is targeted at members of a multi-professional team working with patients who are... Read more »

University Alliance: Innovating Future Business 2017

Published on May 4, 2017
.... Alliance graduates account for 40% of the UK’s successful graduate start-ups. “We hope that this competition will help a few more of our enterprising graduates take the next step with their business and social enterprises.” ENDS Notes to editors: For more information on Innovating Future Business 2017, visit our website. Click here to read more about the students’ business proposals, and more details on the investors can be found on our blog. Da... Read more »

Guardian University Awards recognise Alliance universities

Published on March 19, 2015
...job-ready graduates.” The list of Alliance universities winners and runner-ups is below. You can find the full list of winners and runner ups here: Business partnership Winner: Nottingham Trent University Runner up: Coventry University Employability Winner: Coventry University Entrepreneurship Winner: Cardiff Metropolitan University International projects Runner up: University of the West of England Online and distance learning Runner up: Coventry... Read more »

Talent: Nurturing early development of students and graduates’ businesses

Published on June 2, 2016 Principle a market leader with their Classroom monitor – a school pupil online tracking and reporting system. Indeed in its 15 year history The Hive’s students and businesses have won many awards, accolades and competitions. These have included regional prizes at the Nottinghamshire Business Awards, Spirit of Enterprise Awards, Prince’s Trust Entrepreneur of the Year Award, Regional Student Business Plan Competition, Nottingham Evening Post Bus... Read more »

University Alliance gives evidence to Education Committee

Published on May 19, 2020 virtual wellbeing and mental health initiatives and supporting staff to manage the transition to online learning and their workload and wellbeing. Raising and diverting enhanced hardship funds to support students facing financial difficulty, providing learners with IT equipment, applying mitigating circumstances and introducing no detriment policies. Moving widening participation outreach online and developing transition programmes to support i... Read more »

UA pens letter responding to Will Hutton article in The Observer

Published on October 12, 2020
...ce, Mr Hutton states “What is more, few beyond the Russell Group go beyond online lectures to offer online seminars and tutorials, so raising questions about the justification for £9,250 tuition fees”. This claim is fundamentally inaccurate, shamelessly unabashed in its snobbery and hugely disingenuous to the armies of academics and professionals working in and beyond Alliance universities who pride themselves on their student-centred learning. Th... Read more »

Competition and diversity in UK Higher Education – HE in FE, alternative providers and online learning models

Published on March 6, 2013 FE colleges as well as the growth of private universities and for-profit degree courses designed by industry. Delegates will also discuss developments in traditional distance learning and the potential of new methods of online learning – with latest thinking on issues such as online assessment, scalability and tackling plagiarism. Speakers include Libby Hackett, Chief Executive, University Alliance See here for more details or to book on.... Read more »

University Alliance response to government roadmap announcement

Published on February 22, 2021
...hese learners are supported to complete their learning, projects and performances; whilst ensuring incidences of Covid cases and transmission on campus continue to remain low. For those students unable to return, Alliance universities will continue to draw on their extensive experience of a digital-first teaching approach to continue to offer extensive online academic and pastoral support. Alliance universities have made significant investments to... Read more »