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Academic Research – not just about findings, but also impact!’

Mike Williams takes a look how GK strategy can help UK universities to increase the policy impact of their academic research, and how the postponement of the Research Excellence Framework submission deadline presents a golden opportunity to demonstrate the value of their work to policymakers. Christmas might only come once a year, but the Research Excellence...

The university brand: keeping up with student demands

Seven years since the coalition government removed the cap on university places, the competition between universities to attract more and more students has soared. With fees rising, and students demanding value for money, universities must think about how they attract students like never before. Students have become “customers” and if universities are to remain competitive, they must go beyond pure academic reputation and develop a compelling brand narrative to attract...