71 per cent went to 31 universities because of ‘narrowed’ definitions of excellence, claims report
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‘Bit of fun’ rankings grows out of practice tests on website for jobseekers
Plymouth University has defended plans to spend a reported £150,000 on seven chairs to be used at graduation ceremonies.
Universities in the UK and Ireland are the best in the world on informing international students about degree course information, a new study claims.
Asian universities are catching up with the West on research strength, but only slowly, according to Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s Academic Ranking of World Universities 2014
Highly cited researchers’ other roles help to elevate Saudi university
Almost two-thirds of the British public feel uninformed about science and research developments, data suggest
The number of students from Europe who claim living cost support from the Student Loans Company has almost doubled over the past three years
About 10 per cent of university professors in England earn more than £100,000 a year, according to Hefce
The Technology Strategy Board will commit more than £535 million to fund innovation in 2014-15
Lecturers make up the largest group of staff employed at English universities, according to data compiled by Hefce
Students who go straight to clearing in the search for a university place are more likely to be aged over 21 than those using the standard application process, according to data
Women graduating from part-time degrees go on to earn £7,500 less on average than their male equivalents, according to new data
Universities have secured an increasing share of government expenditure on research and development since 2001, according to data