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Helping to stub out litter at Chichester College

Nviro teamed up with Chichester College to support its ‘Respect the Environment’ week – a campaign to help improve litter at the college and raise awareness of landfill issues. As a prestigious institution and ‘Outstanding College’ rated by Ofsted, Chichester College is justly proud of its reputation and beautiful campus located in the heart of Chichester.

Date posted: 23rd Feb 2017

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education Industry News

Nviro re-enrols at Chichester College

We are proud to announce that Chichester College has renewed its relationship with us, awarding Nviro a new three-year contract. We have been Chichester College’s cleaning partner since 1999 and having delivered a successful 17-year contract tenure with the college, are poised to continue delivering a safe, clean and hygienic environment enabling its students to

Date posted: 24th Oct 2016

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education Press Releases

Tips on preventing the spread of winter bugs in colleges

Winter is a time when many people fall ill with various bugs and ailments. Children are particularly vulnerable to infections as they tend to spread quickly in school environments. Official figures show that the average child catches between eight to ten colds a year. Sore throats, coughs, vomiting and diarrhea are all-too common in the

Date posted: 16th Dec 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

Regional universities targeting students in London

A growing number of students are opting to attend universities outside of London due to the high costs of living in the capital, it has been reported. Experts have warned that with the exception of some of the top universities, many institutions could be struggling to fill course places ahead of the publication of A-level

Date posted: 11th Aug 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

Irish universities facing budget cuts

Universities in Northern Ireland are facing severe budget cuts, according to new findings.  The Department of Employment and Learning revealed that it has had around £16.1 million (8.4 per cent) cut from its annual budget over the next year. Employment and learning minister Stephen Farry said he was worried about the impact that the budget

Date posted: 21st Apr 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

5 benefits of regular college cleaning

The importance of investing in a regular cleaning schedule on college campuses is sometimes overlooked by procurement managers. However, ensuring that the college is well maintained is not only conducive to productivity, it also increases the likelihood of attracting more students. Below, we have outlined some of the main benefits of hiring professional cleaners in

Date posted: 27th Mar 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

Cleaning issues creating conflict in student accommodation

Many look back on their university days with a touch of nostalgia, with memories of former friends, housemates and colleagues. But those memories aren't always happy ones, particularly with a new study showing that cleaning is one of the most contentious issues among many housemates, often resulting in a breakdown of relationships as well as

Date posted: 19th Mar 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

Growing number of students turning to further education colleges

A growing number of students are shunning university in favour of further education colleges, according to new findings. Official figures show that the number of undergraduates in Further Education (FE) colleges rose 11.8 per cent in the two years up to 2012-2013. During the same period however, the number of students signing up to traditional

Date posted: 4th Feb 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

Study highlights wage gap between British university graduates

Older and more established universities are still leading the way when it comes to earnings and employment, according to new research. Findings published by the Sutton Trust revealed that students who went to Oxford or Cambridge earn thousands of pounds more than those who graduated from some of the newer, less prestigious institutions.   The

Date posted: 12th Jan 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

Northern universities risk funding cuts as ratings slip

Universities in major cities across the north are risking funding cuts due to slips in academic research rankings, it has been revealed. Results published as part of the Research Excellence Framework (REF) found that institutions such as Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield and Liverpool may face job cuts and a drop in donations after the league table

Date posted: 7th Jan 2015

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education

British universities await research results

British universities are currently awaiting news on how their research activity has been rated, it has been reported. Results will be published as part of the Research Excellence Framework and will influence how £2 billion of government funding will be distributed. The Research Excellence Framework (REF) is the new system for assessing the quality of

Date posted: 19th Dec 2014

Posted In: Colleges and Higher Education