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
A consultation has been launched on the future of quality assurance in UK higher education
Michael Crow on the radical change needed to build the New American University
University College London and the Institute of Education, University of London, are to merge on 2 December, it has been confirmed.
One of Plymouth University’s deputy vice-chancellors has started a government secondment, as upheaval at the troubled institution continues
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
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
Private colleges would need to subscribe to the higher education ombudsman service under plans proposed by the Labour Party.
Students at post-1992 institutions will receive just a quarter of the help offered by older universities
Temporary twinroom solution for extra first years Subscription
Almost 100 freshers put in temporary accommodation after student numbers cap is raised
University applicants still rely heavily on parental advice when picking their course, a new survey says.
Pressure rises to ‘give high marks’ Subscription
Initial Best University Workplace results suggest quality is being compromised in a bid to boost student numbers
Union members at the University of South Wales are set to strike in a row over job cuts
Employers also release new modelling of pensions proposals