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Top 15 Times Higher Education stories of 2013

From the advice you need (but rarely get) to pick the right PhD supervisor, to an extraordinary rant about the idiocy of the research excellence framework, we reveal our most-read stories of 2013

Best of 2013 rosette

Times Higher Education readers have shown particular interest in global stories, including features on the rise of Singaporean universities and on life as an expatriate scholar in Japan, as well as the inaugural THE Global Gender Index, which exposed the inequalities facing women in higher education worldwide.

Here, from fifteen to one (and excluding stories on the THE World University Rankings), are our most-read stories of the year.

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