UCLan wins Excellence and Innovation in the Arts award

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UCLan wins Excellence and Innovation in the Arts award

11 January 2019

The University of Central Lancashire was awarded the Excellence and Innovation in the Arts award at the recent 2018 Times Higher Education awards.

UCLan Publishing is the world’s only student-run, not-for-profit trade publishing house. It has now produced around 150 titles, many of them retailing through national and international retailers and, most importantly, students learn on the job by working in multidisciplinary teams alongside authors and external sponsors, democratically selecting what to publish and discussing all editorial, marketing, sales and rights decisions.

Times Higher Education judges said: “UCLan Publishing is a resourceful and successful enterprise, which successfully combines student engagement and training with an imaginative venture to disseminate writing by new and established authors.”

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