The first six master’s degrees in cyber security to be certified by GCHQ have been unveiled
The University of Warwick has been ridiculed on social media for its suspension of the prominent critic of higher education policy, Thomas Docherty.
Janet Beer has been named as the next University of Liverpool vice-chancellor
A number of protesters have been evicted from the University of Birmingham building they were occupying in reaction to the suspension of two students
By Carl Straumsheim, for Inside Higher Ed
The Santander banking group is to invest €700 million (£550 million) in university projects over the next four years, a conference has heard.
Open access science articles are read and cited more often than articles available only to subscribers, a study has suggested.
Action follows decision to suspend two students and reprimand a third
Universities and colleges told proportion of visa refusals allowed will halve
Former minister says he looked at idea while in government
New science minister addresses upcoming referendum in one of his first speeches
Elephant poo and ageing among the topics outlined in brief by PhD students
Primary and secondary education can learn from higher education when it comes to adopting innovative technologies, it has been claimed.
Two students suspended by a university for their involvement in a protest occupation have reacted angrily to the “disproportionate” punishment
Too many black and minority ethnic computer science graduates are failing to get jobs after they graduate, a report has claimed
Draft judging criteria for a science competition worth £10 million that aims to find a solution to antibiotic resistance have been announced.
Cancer research could become impossible in Europe if a proposed data protection regulation is adopted, according to a medical research body.
University applications from school pupils eligible for free school meals have hit a record high, according to the admissions body Ucas.
Four UK universities are teaming up with the BBC to produce massive open online courses about the First World War
Sir David Watson says ministers should have learned lessons of the past