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
A flat-cash settlement for research in the next spending review could cause a “slowly gathering storm” to hit the sector, a group of peers has heard.
Discrepancy exists even allowing for academic record or social background
Lancaster has been voted by students as having the best university halls of residence in the country
BIS committee also criticises plans to sell loan book
UK employers are reporting an increase in the number of graduate vacancies this year
By Jake New, for Inside Higher Ed
Vince Cable has reportedly announced plans to scrap a planned sale of student loans, raising questions over the uncapping of student numbers
Young people visiting London for an international science forum have aired concerns about the cost of a university education in the UK
The new American president of Imperial College London has chosen to disclose her £421,000 pay package before she even starts in the job.
New guidance for universities and student societies stating gender segregation is “unlawful” contradicts advice provided by Universities UK.
More than 40 academics have been newly elected as fellows of the British Academy
Former International Aids Society president Joep Lange among those killed
Credit agency report came before recent plans to reduce head count