Public funding for universities should be scrapped and replaced by graduates paying an earnings levy to their institutions, according to a thinktank.
Union members at the University of South Wales are set to strike in a row over job cuts
University College London and the Institute of Education, University of London, are to merge on 2 December, it has been confirmed.
Employers also release new modelling of pensions proposals
Ruling follows internal investigation, and comes nine months after suspension
David Willetts, the former universities and science minister, has been appointed as a visiting professor at King’s
Union members have overwhelmingly backed plans for industrial action over changes to pensions
By Elizabeth Redden, for Inside Higher Ed
One of Plymouth University’s deputy vice-chancellors has started a government secondment, as upheaval at the troubled institution continues
The abolition of student number controls presents a “unique opportunity” to increase the number of poorer students going into higher education.
Flemish government proposes rise despite student protests
With less than seven months left until the general election, eyes are turning towards the impact that university students may have on the outcome.
The University of Birmingham has become the first institution in Europe to partner with the US publisher Wiley to develop online master’s courses
University applicants still rely heavily on parental advice when picking their course, a new survey says.
A one-day conference has explored how to overcome the challenges faced by women in academic medicine
Welsh government ministers have offered reassurance over academic freedom as new powers for the country’s university funding council are debated
Paper by academics calls for greater transparency
Universities should encourage graduates to stay in the city where they studied by helping them to find jobs and housing, a report recommends.
Simon Nelson tells Times Higher Education podcast original claims were ‘overhyped and unrealistic’
Universities have suffered a cut in initial teacher training (ITT) places as the government continues to expand its Schools Direct policy