Nearly three quarters of UHI research has been classified as ‘world leading' or ‘internationally excellent' in a new expert review undertaken to assess the quality of research in UK higher education institutions.
Research in health and nursing, earth systems and environmental and marine sciences, archaeology, education, area studies, Gaelic and history were all recognised by the Research Excellence Framework published today (Thursday 12 May).
This latest assessment looked at a range of aspects of the work of 117 researchers across the UHI partnership. It examined the impact of their research, demonstrating how targeted research at UHI can support sustainable and inclusive economic prosperity in our communities, as well as addressing some of Scotland's biggest challenges.
Enjoy a taste of your future career at UHI Outer Hebrides
Our new taster sessions are a great way to find out about a subject area and decide if it’s the right option for you.
With opportunities to join our Food & Drink staff to try some cooking, to design your own room in 3D CAD and printing in Engineering, sharpen your business skills and so much more there is something for everyone thinking about taking their next steps in education.
The UHI Outer Hebrides Board of Management is looking to appoint independent non-executive board members.
What does the board do:
The board is collectively responsible for overseeing the College’s activities, determining its future direction and fostering an environment in which the College Mission is achieved, and the potential of all learners is maximised.
This is a very exciting time to be part of the college as we continue our campus re- development plan, our work on the Islands Deal, work closely on key economic development projects such as the new Deep Water Port in Stornoway as well as delivering new curriculum plans to support employment and development throughout the Outer Hebrides.