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UB March 2018 issue out now

The March edition of University Business, the edtech issue, is now available to view online, for free!

Posted by Rebecca Paddick | February 08, 2018 | Events

The March issue of University Business magazine is now available to download.  

ON THE COVER: Now at week 66, the first phase of University of Wales Trinity Saint David’s £300 million SA1 Swansea Waterfront development is 70% complete.

Twenty-two new jobs have been created at the development, alongside opportunities for 12 apprentices and 17 work experience placements. With a total of 22 welsh subcontractors working on the project, to date £18.5million worth of contracts have been secured by Wales-based businesses.

Leading libraries: University libraries are changing rapidly to keep up with learning trends and the increasing demands from fee-paying students, with a newfound focus on flexibility and variety. These days libraries are less about being solemn spaces of solace, but bustling community one-stop-shops where students can learn and live at the same time. 


Bett 2018: Bett’s 34th year, held at London’s ExCel arena from 24th-27th January was, as always, packed to the rafters with educators, edtech enthusiasts, and a huge range of companies, from established giants like Microsoft and Google, to the sector’s up-and-comers, stationed within the Bett Futures section of the arena, reserved especially for start-ups.

Edtech index: Do you know a MOOC from a VLE? And what about Blockchain and AI? Our index explains these key edtech terms.

Every issue of UB is packed with the latest news including:  

*Campus services and new developments

*People and appointments

*Key association updates

*Opinions and views

*HE catering

*Education technology

*Events and diary

Click here to read the latest issue for free.

University Business magazine focuses on the entire business of higher education. Every month, the magazine is delivered to more than 16,000 key decision makers including vice-chancellors, finance directors and procurement managers.  

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