Plans to slash maintenance payments to European Union students have been unveiled by universities minister Greg Clark
By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed
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Negotiations on the European budget could result in cuts to Horizon 2020, the European University Association has warned
Hackney is one of the most highly-researched places in the UK, a conference has heard
A private college that was the subject of a newspaper investigation has been given continued permission by the government to access public funds.
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Net migration has risen to 243,000 in the past year, dashing government hopes of meeting its target, although student immigration has remained stable.
Labour would make new “earn while you learn” degrees delivered by “Technical University” partnerships the priority in higher education expansion
New research has demonstrated the monopoly of a small social elite over public leadership positions in Britain
Introduction of higher fees led to a bulge in numbers the year before, report says
Former ECJ judge’s legal opinion casts doubts on post-independence policy
Former deputy prime minister Michael Heseltine has criticised the inclusion of foreign students in government plans to cut net immigration to the UK
A majority of the public say the government should not reduce overseas student numbers, polling suggests.
Open access project has reached far afield since its launch last year
Two leading theologians have criticised the closure of several postgraduate theology and ministry programmes at King’s
A record number of mature students have been accepted into higher education so far this year, new figures show.
Plymouth University’s chair of governors, William Taylor, is to “stand aside” pending the outcome of an investigation into sexual harassment claims
The Liberal Democrats will offer manifesto pledges to ring-fence the science budget and provide “further support” for Catapult centres.
Tribunal rules Manchester wrongly sacked high-profile psychologist Geoff Beattie