My job in higher ed: Wolfgang Weicht, Digital and Innovation Officer at Frankfurt School

My job in higher ed: Wolfgang Weicht, Digital and Innovation Officer at Frankfurt School
Wolfgang explains how he leads digital transformation at Frankfurt School of Finance and Management and tells us how he learnt project management from being a chef.
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My job in higher ed: Bibiana Camba, EADA

My job in higher ed: Bibiana Camba, EADA
Bibiana is Admissions Director of International Degree Programmes at EADA, a business school headquartered in Barcelona. She tells us how technology is changing the way executive education is taught and what education means to her.
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The role of higher education in nurturing entrepreneurship

The role of higher education in nurturing entrepreneurship
It’s the destiny of our future graduates to tackle some of society’s most urgent and pressing challenges. Entrepreneurs have the power to shape the world by developing versatile skill sets and profitable businesses that are crucial to the progress of our economies.
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My job in higher ed: Wendy Purcell, Professor at Harvard University

My job in higher ed: Wendy Purcell, Professor at Harvard University
Wendy is Professor at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health and formerly served as President and Vice-Chancellor of Plymouth University. She tells us about her research, what education means to her and the role artificial intelligence and virtual reality can play in learning.
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ProtectED: a national accreditation scheme for student safety and wellbeing at UK universities

ProtectED: a national accreditation scheme for student safety and wellbeing at UK universities
Many young people experience mixed feelings at this time of year – poised to embark on an exciting life at university while wondering how they will cope with living independently, managing finances, making friends and keeping up with coursework. These worries are completely understandable and often subside in time. However, some student safety and wellbeing concerns continue to make higher education headlines, suggesting that universities must act to address them.
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My job in higher ed: Jean-Philippe Primout and Linda Rimal Ponte, CIEE

My job in higher ed: Jean-Philippe Primout and Linda Rimal Ponte, CIEE
Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) is a non-for-profit which offers study abroad programmes in over 40 countries. Jean-Philippe Primout and Linda Rimal Ponte are responsible for student life and operations at CIEE in Paris. They explain their roles and tell us about the value of international study.
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My job in higher ed: Aidan Mersh, National Union of Students

Aidan is Membership Engagement Manager at NUS. He explains how he manages relationships with 25 UK students’ unions.
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Five inspiring education podcasts

Five inspiring education podcasts
According to RAJAR research from 2015, 3.7 million UK adults listen to podcasts – which equates to 6.5% of the population. Podcasts’ accessibility and the fact that they’re relatively easily and quickly produced mean that they’re an excellent way of staying up to date with industry news and trends.
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Five tips for organising a university open day

Five tips for organising a university open day
An open day is an opportunity to show your prospects what student life is like at your university. It’s a chance to show off your campus, let prospects meet faculty members and encourage them to imagine what it would be like to study on one of your programmes.
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My job in higher ed: Alison Knight, General Director at ISM

My job in higher ed: Alison Knight, General Director at ISM
Alison is General Director at International School of Management in Paris. She tells us about the main qualities she looks for in applicants and how education can open doors.
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