University partner success at the 2017 THELMAs!

03 Jul 2017 - Barni Homden. Photo courtesy of Times Higher Education.

This results of this year’s THELMAs – that is, the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards – have been announced, with some great news for our university partners.

The awards recognise universities and educational institutions that have shown outstanding leadership or management in a variety of areas. This year's awards ceremony took place at London's glamorous Grosvenor House Hotel.

2017 winners

Nottingham Trent University

Outstanding Student Services

City, University of London

Alumni Engagement

University of Nottingham

International Strategy

University of Essex

Teaching and Learning Strategy

Nottingham Trent University picked up the award for Outstanding Student Services, cementing its already impressive reputation for supporting students from the day they arrive on campus.

Of particular interest to our students will be the University of Nottingham winning the award for International Strategy of the Year. It certainly helps to cement the University’s reputation as a truly global centre for education – in fact, over a quarter of students at The University of Nottingham are from overseas.

Another of our partner universities won the Alumni Engagement Award. City, University of London picked up the award for its fantastic efforts at keeping in touch with former students, and offering post-university support.

Finally, the University of Essex (a Kaplan Open Learning partner) ended the evening with an award too, for Teaching and Learning Strategy of the Year. This rewarded the University’s dedication in improving teaching and learning.

Success at the THELMAs shows how these universities have committed themselves to providing the best possible student experience.

Find out more

Interested in studying at a UK university? Along with our excellent THELMA-winning partners, Kaplan works with a number of exceptional universities.

If you’re an international student and need a slight boost to your grades to get into the university you prefer, why not consider a university preparation course? If you’re not sure, explore our study options to see what’s right for you.

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