Anglia Ruskin University has announced its new Vice Chancellor.
Professor Iain Martin will succeed Professor Michael Thorne when he retires in March 2016.
He is currently Deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of South Wales in Australia but says he is looking forward to start the new post.
“I am absolutely delighted to be taking up this role. It is a great opportunity to build on the significant achievements of this innovative University. I look forward to working with staff and students across the University to create a distinctive future for Anglia Ruskin.”
New research from the University of Hertfordshire suggests computers, tablets and smart phones are adding to an epidemic of sleep deprivation.
A survey indicates that almost seventy eight percent of people in the UK are exposed to sleep-disruptive blue lights from gadgets before going to bed.
The Norwich University of the Arts is to invest in a £10 million expansion, in an effort to become Europe's best specialist university.
Over the next eight years, the number of students could double from 2000 to 4000. There are also plans for more courses, and to create a bigger student campus.
A student at the University of Northampton is showcasing some of his footwear designs as part of the University's Summer Show.
Elijah Blaine Kinne is in his final year of the BA (Hons) Fashion Design - Footwear and Accessories course.
Cambridge has beaten Oxford to first place in a new university league table.
It's taken the top spot in the latest annual Complete University Guide for the third year running.
Oxford climbed back up to second after dropping down to third place behind the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) last year.
The University of Northampton is the ‘highest climber’ in the rankings. It has jumped 39 places to number 62 in the UK.
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The University of East Anglia in Norwich is to get more than four hundred thousand pounds to encourage students to study for PhD's.
The cash has been given by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
It will be used to pay for 6 students to study for doctorates in chemistry, computing, maths and environmental sciences.
Scientists at the University of Hertfordshire have discovered a planet with conditions which could support life.
The planet is in the Tau Ceti system, just 12 light years away. It's one of five thought to be circling Tau Ceti, a sar visible to the naked eye and almost identical to our Sun.
Astronomers estimate the Tau Ceti planets to be 2 to 6 times more massive than Earth. One of them, with five times the Earth's mass, lies in the star's 'habitable zone'.
Also known as the 'Goldilocks zone', this is the orbital region that is neither too hot nor too cold to allow liquid surface water and, potentially, life.
Details of the discovery are to appear in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics.
More and more students are now travelling abroad to study at university to avoid this year's drastic rise in tuition fees.
By heading to the continent youngsters can gain the same qualifications but at a fraction of the price.
Teenagers who fall just short of their predicted A-level grades next week are set to face a scramble for the last remaining top university places.
Many leading universities have already declared they are full, and will not be entering clearing this summer, while others expect to have just a handful of places available, a survey by the Press Association suggests
The University of Cambridge will not be taking part in clearing.
The University of East Anglia said it would have a limited number of places available, but added it was currently seeking "well-qualified applicants" through adjustment.