Times Higher Education Awards 2015 shortlist announced

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September 3, 2015
Times Higher Education Awards 2015 shortlist announced

Like a British summer, the policy and regulatory climate changes constantly, and students can blow hot and cold. To dodge the showers and find a sunny spot, universities need individuals and teams with adaptability, creativity, long-headedness and leadership. Luckily, there is no shortage of such talent, as evidenced by the shortlist for the 2015 Times Higher Education Awards. Winners will be announced on 26 November at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.


Times Higher Education Awards 2015 shortlist

Excellence and Innovation in the Arts

Sponsored by Chead (Council for Higher Education in Art & Design)


Outstanding Digital Innovation in Teaching or Research

Sponsored by Jisc


Research Project of the Year

Sponsored by ARMA (Association of Research Managers and Administrators)


Outstanding Employer Engagement Initiative

Sponsored by Prospects


Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development

Sponsored by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education


Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year

Sponsored by Ucas


Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community

Sponsored by Communications Management


International Collaboration of the Year

Sponsored by Shakespeare Martineau


Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology

Sponsored by Scientia


Outstanding Support for Students

Sponsored by Capita


Outstanding Support for Early Career Researchers

Sponsored by Vitae


Most Improved Student Experience

Sponsored by EvaSys


Most Innovative Teacher of the Year

Sponsored by the Higher Education Academy


Business School of the Year

Sponsored by Amity University


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.


Outstanding International Student Strategy

Sponsored by Password English Language Testing


Entrepreneurial University of the Year

Sponsored by NCEE


University of the Year

Sponsored by Santander Universities

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