The for-profit education sector is likely to boom over the next few years, an investment bank has predicted
Hugh Brady, formerly of University College Dublin, to take over from Sir Eric Thomas
Union members at Plymouth University have given their vice-chancellor, Wendy Purcell, a vote of no confidence.
The vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge has criticised the “ever more parochial” attitude to immigration in the UK.
The University of York’s plans to withhold pay from staff joining a union marking boycott over pension cuts have been criticised as “bullying”.
Earnings gap greater in UK and US, suggests Institute of Education research
The University of Glasgow has insisted it remains committed to teaching and research on fossil fuels as part of its work in science and engineering
UUK report warns over consequences of switch to School Direct
Staff assembly backs motion calling on management to block employers’ plan for USS
The small number of women taking maths at A level may explain why only about a quarter of economics students are female, a new study says.
Students will join prisoners in what the institution says is a European first
Amount spent on bursaries and grants cut by almost £40 million last year
Whitehall civil servant Maddalaine Ansell has been named as the next University Alliance chief executive
Former employee made claims about standards on electronics course
By Ry Rivard, for Inside Higher Ed
Staff at older universities will begin a marking boycott next week in a row over pension changes
The pressure for academics to deliver “public engagement” should not lead to them “colonising the creative arts”
Student teachers must still have the option of taking an academic qualification alongside their classroom training
Thomas Docherty, the University of Warwick professor suspended in January, has thanked his supporters after allegations against him were dismissed
Higher education legislation should be a priority for the new government after 2015, according to England’s funding council.