Times Higher Education Awards 2013

Are you on the shortlist?

September 5, 2013

Higher education institutions are crucibles of innovation - and not just in those areas of research that grab the headlines. Recognising the creativity and quality to be found throughout universities across the UK is the aim of the Times Higher Education Awards 2013, and the shortlist represents a cornucopia of excellence. The winners will be announced on Thursday 28 November at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, London. Click here for more details.

Outstanding ICT Initiative of the Year
Sponsored by Jisc

Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology
Sponsored by Elsevier

Research Project of the Year

Excellence and Innovation in the Arts

Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community

Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development
Sponsored by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education

Outstanding Employer Engagement Initiative

Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year

Outstanding Support for Students
Sponsored by Capita

Business School of the Year

Most Innovative Teacher of the Year
Sponsored by the Higher Education Academy

Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers

Outstanding Contribution to Sustainable Development

Entrepreneurial University of the Year
Sponsored by NCEE

Most Improved Student Experience
Sponsored by StudentCom

The Lord Dearing Lifetime Achievement Award
Sponsored by Veredus

There is no shortlist for this category. The winner, chosen by Times Higher Education’s editorial board, will be announced at the awards ceremony.

International Collaboration of the Year
Sponsored by SGH Martineau

University of the Year
Sponsored by Santander

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