“He is testament that our courses can be life changing. No matter what age you are or what your previous experience has been – all you need to do is give it a go and we’ll be with you every step of the way.”
Ashleigh Slater – “a fantastic ambassador” for the University of the Highlands and Islands
The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) 2020 postgraduate student of the year, 2020, is Ashleigh Slater.
Support for Student Carers in Scotland
The module will help college practitioners to better understand the challenges faced by many student carers and provides guidance on how to improve support for these students at college.
Gallus Scottish Women : Protests and Suffragettes
The lack of educational materials in Scotland’s schools about women in history is a chasm which needs to be addressed.
LevelUp: Supporting UHI Students in Creative Industries
Supporting students to establish careers in the Creative Industries has been given a boost by a collaboration between XpoNorth and the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).
Scotland’s Schools: Time For Reflection
“The psychological impact of the outbreak and the necessary public health control measures are likely to have had significant social, emotional and developmental effects on many children and young people and, consequently, achievement.”
Orkney Funding Boost for Care Experienced Young People
Orkney Islands Council has been awarded £26,400 to invest in projects designed to boost the attainment of local care experienced children and young people.
Letters: ‘The Human Cost of Education’
“Politicians across the UK have shown themselves to have more concern for the integrity of “The System” than for the well being of young people.”
University of the Highland & Islands Publishes Ambitious Islands Strategy
The university is the only institution in Scotland to deliver the family of Foundation, Modern and Graduate apprenticeships
Orkney’s Director of Education Welcomes Decision on SQA Results Turnaround
“I am delighted that this effort across the country has now been recognised by John Swinney during his Parliamentary address today.”