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The Power of the voucher
The 2017 Interface Knowledge Exchange Awards have taken place in Edinburgh.
Sporty access scheme reaches milestone
An innovative widening access scheme from Abertay University has reached 40,000 school children.
Converge Challenge 2017 launches
2017 Competition launched at the University of St Andrews.
Bumper crop of budding entrepreneurs
Entries to Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE) Fresh Ideas competition reach nearly 400.
Stirling launches sports hive
The UK’s first sports business incubator launched at Stirling University today.
A chance to shine
Newly graduated drama students from colleges and universities across Scotland are being offered a unique opportunity to move straight from lecture theatre to Fringe theatre.
Scottish Universities Welcome the World
Over 350 people from 65 countries came together in Edinburgh yesterday to celebrate Burns Night with an international twist.
Visit celebrates student satisfaction
A ministerial visit to Glasgow Kelvin College marked good news for the college sector.
Collaborative approach praised by MSPs
SFC’s approach to outcome agreements has been praised by a committee of MSPs
Look to Mediterranean for brain health
A new study from Edinburgh University suggests following the Mediterranean diet reduces brain shrinkage.