Megan Dunn, the vice-president for higher education, wants an end to ‘middle-class playground’ of higher degrees
University boosted by three-year model as young flock to evening classes
Use of English and French in Middle Eastern universities creates a divisive elite, argues Inam Bioud
HEA future unclear as councils cut off the cash Subscription
Redundancy talks start as body prepares for loss of grant support by 2017
Warwick exposé helped bring it success Subscription
Students’ revelation of university’s clandestine activities worked in its favour long-term
Revamped schemes could bypass institutions unless they get aboard, sector warned
Toni Pearce has been re-elected as the president of the National Union of Students in a landslide victory
David Willetts is “arrogant and out of touch” in seeking “unfair” cuts to disabled students’ funding, according to the National Union of Students.
By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed
Nearly 60 per cent of black and minority ethnic higher education staff and students questioned for a survey feel they have been discriminated against
Overwhelmed university applicants filter out information to cope, research finds
Draft Good Practice Framework proposes adoption of early dispute resolution approach
Former Palatinate editors claim they feared expulsion after intervention by Chris Higgins
Bristol v-c admits he did not know who was in charge of policy at his institution when he led UUK review
No standard offering of aid for dyslexia Subscription
Efforts to help identify and support students vary widely among institutions
UCU letter calls celebration of ‘laddish’ behaviour ‘disturbing’
The UK has the lowest higher education drop-out rate in Europe, a new study shows.
GCHQ, the UK’s surveillance agency, is to offer official certification for master’s degrees in cyber security.
‘Disengagement pacts’ keep peace on campus Subscription
Study claims lecturers go easy on workload and grading in unspoken agreement with students who give them a high teaching rating
Post-Crash Economics Society campaigners threaten negative feedback in National Student Survey in bid to be offered alternative course modules