The Guardian University Awards 2020 are now open and entries are welcome until the final deadline of Friday 7 February.
The Guardian is inviting entries from UK higher education institutions across 14 categories, which will be shortlisted and judged by an expert panel. Winners will be announced at a prestigious awards ceremony in April. Corporate Communications will again be co-ordinating Kent’s award entries this year and is happy to support schools/departments with their submissions.
This year’s Guardian University Award categories are listed below and, with only a couple of exceptions, any projects nominated must have started within the last 18 months.
- Staff experience
- Business collaboration
- Digital innovation
- Employability and entrepreneurship
- Marketing and comms campaigns
- Research impact
- Course design, retention and student outcomes
- Social and community impact
- Student experience
- Buildings that inspire
- Teaching excellence
- Widening access and outreach
You can find out more about the awards on the Guardian webpages.
Please do get in touch with Corporate Communications asap if you know of a project that we should be considering for this year’s awards – email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.