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Rejected MA was too critical of white establishment, says academic Subscription

21 May 2015 | By

Black scholar at UCL claims that he lost out on a permanent job after his proposed course ‘scared’ the academy

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Chile's universities set for some turmoil on long road to reform

Bumps are expected in decade-long shift away from market-based system

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The week in higher education – 21 May 2015 Subscription

Jo Johnson, the new universities and science minister, is yet to set out his stall in the media since being appointed on 11 May

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Why bombs cannot strip Gaza of intellectual life

Writer and scholar Atef Abu Saif tells John Elmes how life goes on despite death from above

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UK is a knockout performer on pound-for-pound basis Subscription

21 May 2015 | By

Universitas 21’s GDP-adjusted ranking of global higher education systems puts British system near top

Young universities network launched in Dublin

30 Apr 2015 | By

A new network of young research institutions in Europe has been launched with the aim of increasing influence in education policy

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