Marcus Ross, Vice-Principal, Planning and Recruitment at UWS, said: “As part of the University’s ambitious student-focused and sustainable marketing approach, our personalised digital prospectus revolutionises the applicant experience and streamlines what can often be an overwhelming application process. The personalised digital prospectus is a first for higher education in Scotland and comes as a direct result of listening to our students and prospective students. This tailored prospectus is a real step forward in terms of giving our applicants the information they want, in the format they need it.”
THE editor John Gill added: “This is the 17th year that the THE Awards will recognise the best of the best in UK higher education, across 20 categories covering all aspects of university activity. But this year’s awards will reflect a period of turmoil and innovation necessitated by the pandemic, making it quite unlike any previous year.
"For the first time this year, we have also extended our awards to include higher education institutions in Ireland, and we are delighted to say that we have had a record number of entries, reflecting the brilliance of universities across the whole of the UK and Ireland. With almost 600 institutions, teams and individuals nominated, it really is a fantastic achievement to make it onto this year’s shortlist.
"We look forward to celebrating the incredible response of university staff in exceptionally tough circumstances when we gather for the Oscars of higher education in November.”