Subs plan could sink IT infrastructure, Hepi warns Subscription
Report outlines the potential perils of a shift away from central funding for Jisc
Simon Nelson tells Times Higher Education podcast original claims were ‘overhyped and unrealistic’
Beware IT crowd: Facebook hubs may influence grades Subscription
Lecturers urged to consider impact of informal support groups for courses
Union members at Plymouth University have given their vice-chancellor, Wendy Purcell, a vote of no confidence.
Delft University of Technology report says universities could reduce estates footprint by 25 per cent via more space-sharing
By Ry Rivard, for Inside Higher Ed
Former employee made claims about standards on electronics course
Hefce move could signal the end of single regulatory body
Positive feedback as agency makes recommendations after controversy over student grades at the School of Management
The for-profit education sector is likely to boom over the next few years, an investment bank has predicted
Watchdog responds after business secretary’s ‘dross’ remark
A private college has been cleared by the UK’s quality watchdog after it investigated claims over student recruitment and attendance
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.
The number of UK students applying to medical and dentistry schools, veterinary courses and Oxbridge has fallen by 5 per cent, new figures show.
Students at post-1992 institutions will receive just a quarter of the help offered by older universities
The University of York’s plans to withhold pay from staff joining a union marking boycott over pension cuts have been criticised as “bullying”.
Institutions told that UCU members are prepared to ‘dig in’ on pensions reform ahead of November marking boycott at 69 campuses
The professor who was cleared of charges of undermining authority faces substantial costs after hiring barristers for tribunal