Launched in 2012, the CUBO Awards are a yearly event to recognise the achievements of those working within the higher education industry.
"The CUBO Awards have helped to raise the profile of both winners and entrants among key stakeholders, including Vice-Chancellors and university governing bodies. As the event grows and expands it will contribute to the growth of CUBO as it seeks to extend its networking and knowledge exchange across all UK Higher Education Institutions."
Peter Church, pioneer of the CUBO Awards.
The CUBO Awards are run in association with University Business.
The awards are open to all higher education institutions and to businesses associated with CUBO's areas of activity. Membership of CUBO is not a prerequisite.
Entrants are invited to make a written submission of 600 words (maximum) in length.
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Judging is two fold. The CUBO Awards panel meet in March to shortlist candidates to go forward to the voting stage. During April CUBO members have the opportunity to vote for the winners online.
The outcome of the vote is strictly confidential, only known to two CUBO executive members until the night of the award ceremony.
The CUBO Awards 2016 took place on Thursday 16 June.
The gala dinner and CUBO Awards is a black-tie event.
The award ceremony was held at the University of Sussex.
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