Times Higher Education Awards 2014 winners

November 27, 2014

 

We have been running the Times Higher Education Awards for 10 years and had been hoping for a vintage crop of winners to mark the occasion; happily we were not disappointed. This year’s awards booklet is packed with examples of the most talented, dedicated and creative individuals and teams, whose work has helped their institutions thrive at a time of seemingly constant change in the academy.

Our universities and colleges are among the nation’s most respected institutions, both domestically and internationally, and it is THE’s great privilege to have played a part in celebrating their achievements over the past decade. Long may it continue!

John Gill
Editor

Times Higher Education


THE Awards 2014 winners

The winners were announced at the gala Times Higher Education Awards 2014 dinner on November 2014 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London.

Download the Awards 2014 booklet, profiling all of the winners

The following institutions were also highly commended by our judges:


View a gallery of photos from the gala THE Awards 2014 dinner


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