Congratulation to those who have been shortlisted for a HE Innovate Award!  

Thank you to everyone who submitted a project, we were delighted with the volume and quality of submissions we received. 

We will be announcing the winners live at the award ceremony from 7pm on Thursday 16th September 2021. 

We look forward to celebrating with you!


Most innovative approach to supporting students

The shortlist for the ‘Most innovative approach to supporting students’ award is: 

Accelerated & Personalised feedback in STEM – University of Nottingham

Coaching for Academic Success – University of East London

Creativity for Wellbeing – Manchester Metropolitan University

Interactive Learning Documents Building Student Confidence – Newcastle University

Library Peer Network – University of Manchester

Springboard to Success the Many Phases of Student Transition – Middlesex University

The Learn with US Transition Programme – University of Southampton


Most innovative approach to developing employability skills

The shortlist for the ‘Most innovative approach to developing employability skills’ award is:

Building and Entrepreneurship Ecosystem – Dublin City University

Creative Spark – Big Idea Challenge – London Metropolitan University

Creating a Sustainable World – University of Manchester

Hacking Defence Problems – Kings College London

The Justice Hub – Virtual Vacation Scheme – University of Manchester

Transforming Employability Teaching – Oxford Brookes University


Most impactful use of Pearson digital courseware or services 

The shortlist for the ‘Most impactful use of Pearson digital courseware or services’ award is:

Engaging Students and Supporting Learning – Queen’s University Belfast

Integrating Online Onboarding with Active and Inclusive Learning – Nottingham Trent University

MyStrategyExperience – Regent’s University London

Revel for MSc Management – Swansea University

Transformational Upskilling – University of Limerick


Most innovative approach to widening participation in the curriculum 

The shortlist for the ‘Most innovative approach to widening participation in the curriculum’ award is:

Aberdeen Gateway to Medicine Access Programme – University of Aberdeen

Charity Champions – Bangor University

Decolonising the Social Work Curriculum – Oxford Brookes University

UGPN Education Project – University of Surrey

Using Judgments as a Mode of Assessment – City Law School


Most innovative hybrid or blended learning project

The shortlist for the ‘Most innovative hybrid or blended learning project’ award is:

Mixed Reality Technology – Queen Mary University of London

Online Cabaret – University of Lincoln

Peer Enhanced E-placements Pioneering and Scaling – University of East Anglia

Science Simulation for Crime Scene Investigation – University of Worcester


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