Times Higher Education Awards 2016 shortlist announced

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September 1, 2016
Times Higher Education Awards 2016 logo and sponsors

The task of exploring and explaining the world can be daunting. Accomplishing it requires bright, dedicated individuals, of course, but also an environment that supports them in their mission, especially in a turbulent, uncertain climate. The Times Higher Education Awards 2016 honour those standout individuals, teams and institutions that continue to innovate and inspire as they push the frontiers of knowledge. Winners will be announced on 24 November at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London.


Times Higher Education Awards 2016 shortlist

Outstanding Employer Engagement Initiative

Excellence and Innovation in the Arts

Sponsored by Chead

International Collaboration of the Year

Sponsored by Shakespeare Martineau

Outstanding Contribution to Leadership Development

Sponsored by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education

Business School of the Year

Sponsored by Amity University

Outstanding Contribution to Innovation and Technology

Sponsored by Scientia

Widening Participation or Outreach Initiative of the Year

Sponsored by Ucas

Research Project of the Year

Sponsored by Worktribe

Outstanding Research Supervisor of the Year

Sponsored by the UK Council for Graduate Education

Outstanding Contribution to the Local Community

Most Innovative Teacher of the Year

Sponsored by the Higher Education Academy

Outstanding Digital Innovation in Teaching or Research

Sponsored by Jisc

Outstanding Support for Students

Sponsored by Randstad Student Support

Most Improved Student Experience

Sponsored by EvaSys

Outstanding International Student Strategy

Sponsored by Password English Language Testing

Most Innovative Contribution to Business-University Collaboration

Sponsored by the National Centre for Universities and Business

Entrepreneurial University of the Year

Sponsored by NCEE

THE DataPoints Merit Award

This recognises a UK university that combines exceptional performance across teaching and research missions, emphasising the additional value that the institution provides to its students and graduates.

The Lord Dearing Lifetime Achievement Award

Sponsored by Veredus

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

University of the Year

Sponsored by Santander Universities

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