“The potential benefits that are achievable when people recognise that it’s not too late to learn or re-skill was something that our charitable trust definitely wanted to get behind and we are delighted to be supporting UHI in this cause.” Iain McNeill, Witherby Publishing Group
Student Views Sought On Gambling, Gaming & Crypto Currency
Fast Forward, RCA Trust, and Tackling Gambling Stigma have teamed up to find out what Scottish students think about gambling and related technologies. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete.
Resilience & Diversity Celebrated at UHI Orkney Graduation
The two graduation ceremonies for Orkney’s University of the Highlands and Islands shared the same theme – a celebration of resilience.
Orkney College UHI In-Person Graduation Ceremonies To Take Place
Orkney College UHI’s Graduation and Awards Ceremony will return this September – the first graduation event to be held since 2019 – alongside a special event to celebrate the classes of 2021 and 2022 who graduated during the pandemic.
What has happened to the Scottish Student Exchange Programme?
” progress towards delivery has been slow and now seems to have been shelved indefinitely.” Liam McArthur MSP
Warning To Students About Meningitis
CHARITY MENINGITIS NOW are urging young people off to university or the world of work this Autumn not to assume it’s COVID-19 if they feel ill – it might be meningitis.
WayWORD Festival 21 : Showcasing Voices from Aberdeen to Philadelphia to Sudan
The University of Aberdeen’s WayWORD Festival will be taking place from 19th to 26th of September.
UHI “distinctive and inclusive model of delivery” Gets a Thumbs Up from Students
88% of University of the Highlands and Islands respondents agreed they were able to access the resources they needed for their course during the pandemic,
Exhibition Celebrates 100 Years of Aberdeen Student Shows
The first proper scripted musical comedy – 1922’s Stella the Bajanella – written by student Eric Linklater
Carer Aware at University: Supporting Student Carers
“This makes it a very compelling resource and really helps university staff better understand the challenges student carers face in juggling their unpaid care role alongside studying.” Shona Littlejohn OU Scotland