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MP's - Can You Trust Any of Them?!

HEALTH WARNING – I don’t follow politics religiously, I occasionally watch Question Time

(I don’t watch much TV but Jordan has started making me watch Coronation Street…)

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Student Engagement & The Small Matter of the QAA...

With the new academic year just around the corner, the University of Bedfordshire is preparing itself for the upcoming QAA Review. This review, which looks at the quality of your learning at the institution, involves a written submission from both the University and the student body, followed swiftly by a visit from a group of QAA reviewers. 556 more words


The blog of a Vice President Education...

Hello! If you’re reading this you are probably:

1. Lost
2. Procrastinating
3. Genuinely interested in what I do (comment below if this is the case and I’ll add you to the Charlie Hughes fanboy club!) 255 more words

5 tips for families heading off to college

The placement tests are done. There are no more schools to research. The financial aid system has been conquered – at least until next year. For families of new college students, what remains this time of  year are the goodbyes and the hopes that these new students will flourish once out of the nest. 845 more words


Civic Responsibility and Higher Education

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” — Nelson Mandela

            Education is the essential of living; it guides us towards a better future, teaches us how to differentiate between good and evil. 2,764 more words