But universities minister’s minor input into Tory conference attracts NUS criticism
The University of Leeds has launched a £100 million project to recruit 250 early career researchers to tackle major global challenges
The “cold spots” of higher education have been mapped in a new project
Former judge says focus on him is distraction from investigation into v-c
Claim rejected by UUK chief executive who defends breadth of university sector
The Welsh university funding council is “pursuing an agenda” to merge troubled Glyndwr University with Bangor University, an MP has suggested.
An expert panel has been formed to secure the future of research and innovation at Scottish universities in the wake of the independence referendum
By Elizabeth Redden, for Inside Higher Ed
The 2015 Times Higher Education World Academic Summit will take place in Melbourne, Australia, in partnership with the University of Melbourne, it was announced today
University staff would see “tens of thousands of pounds a year wiped off their pensions” if Universities UK plans for change are introduced.
Analysts’ report points to ‘little or no damage’ inflicted on publishers
The revival of the science and construction industries has helped drive the biggest drop in UK graduate unemployment for 15 years, says new research.
The decision to make the prestigious journal Nature Communications fully open access amounts to a “flag in the ground” on the issue
The editor of a University of Oxford student newspaper has been sacked over an article that critics claimed “slut shamed” an alleged rape victim.
A research funder has seen success rates for women applying to one of its fellowships plummet by more than 30 per cent since 2010
The £9,000 fee system “wastes money hand over fist” and vice-chancellors are engaged in a culture of “fee envy”, according to a senior Labour figure.
Report shows 9 per cent rise in money going on non-residential facilities
Glyndwr University has said it has been given more time to appeal against the suspension of its visa licence to sponsor non-European Union students
A Labour government would remove overseas students from net migration targets, shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has reiterated.
By Jake New, for Inside Higher Ed