The annual Educate North Awardswill be moving online for the ceremony on 22 April 2021. The awards are organised by Rob McLoughlin’s Carm Productionsand will be hosted by Jim Hancock, former Political Editor of Granada TV and BBC North West.
Further details of this year’s awards are given on the Prolific North website.
The Educate North Awards, which were originally planned to be hosted on September 30th, have been moved to March 2021 at The Midland Hotel, Manchester.
The awards were created by Rob McLoughlin, the award-winning broadcaster and producer, and the full shortlist was revealed earlier in the year. They also encompass the University Entrepreneurs Grant (UEG), a business competition now planned to take place online in Autumn 2020.
For more details, see the Prolific North website.
The Masood Enterprise Centre (MEC) at The University of Manchester has become the first higher education institution to join up as a patron of the Educate North Awards, which take place in April 2020.
Hosted by Carm Productions, the event takes place on 23 April 2020 at Manchester’s Hilton Deansgate.
For more details, visit the Prolific North website.
The University of Central Lancashire had a hat-trick of wins at the 2019 Educate North Awards, held in Manchester on April 26.
In addition, a UCLan graduate won the 2019 University Entrepreneurs Grant, receiving the £1000 prize for start-up businesses.
For more on this story, visit the Lancashire Evening Post website.
The North West’s education sector was celebrated at the Educate North Awards, held in Manchester on 25 April. Over 400 people witnessed a total of 23 awards handed out to competing education organisations and individuals. University of the Year went to the University of Newcastle.
Dr John Kennedy CBE was patron of the Educate North Awards and sponsor of the pre-dinner reception.
For the full story, see the Prolific North news page.
The shortlist has been announced for the 2019 Educate North Awards.
These prestigious awards celebrate the best of the region’s university and further education institutions and will be presented on April 25 at the Hilton Hotel, Deansgate, Manchester.
For more details and to book tickets, visit the Prolific North website.
Radio stations Smooth North East, Smooth North West and Heart Yorkshire have all returned as official partners of the 2019 Educate North Awards.
The Awards will be sponsored by the Communicorp Ltd owned companies for the second year running and will highlight the best achievements of Universities throughout the region.
“Radio is a fabulous medium for Educate North,” said Dr John Kennedy CBE, Patron of the Awards. “The awards represent a tremendous opportunity to showcase the North in the middle of uncertain times.”
For more details, visit the Prolific North news story here.
The Educate North Awards – the leading event for the University and Higher Education sector – returns on Thursday 25th April 2019, at The Hilton Hotel in Manchester.
The awards celebrate excellence and the world-class success of the North’s University and Higher Education sector as well as rewarding success in Further and Sixth Form Education.
Launched in 2014 by John and broadcaster and producer Rob McLoughlin OBE, the Awards have gone from strength to strength.
For more information, visit the Prolific North news story.
Hundreds of academics, students, executives and business people from across the North and the UK celebrated the region’s thriving education sector at the Educate North Awards on 26 April.
The Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel proved a suitably splendid setting for a night that championed success and brought together leading vice-chancellors, principals from the FE and Sixth Form sectors as well as some of the most talented staff in the North’s higher and further education institutions.
Delivered in association with RM Productions, Don’t Panic Events and Prolific North, a total of 17 categories were awarded, culminating in the prestigious University of the Year title which this year went to Newcastle University.
The Lifetime Achievement award, meanwhile, was awarded to Jim Keaton MBE of Liverpool Hope University. A full list of winners can be found below.
Entries had been up almost 40% this year following a major radio campaign with partners Smooth Radio North West, Smooth North East and Heart Yorkshire following a tie-up with parent company Communicorp UK and The Ministry of Results.
You can read more about the event and see photos of the winners on the Prolific North website here.
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