With individuals and institutions alike calculating potential costs of Brexit, recouping loans from EU students can’t be ignored
Loans could push up the price of master’s courses, but with such degrees becoming sine qua nons, should fees be restrained?
Peer review may not spot fraud – so universities need to be vigilant in tackling any wrongdoing among their staff
From Africa to the UK, countries must find ways to capitalise on the global ebb and flow of today’s mobile scholars
As the sector debates the design of a teaching-ometer, campuses wait to discover the strength of the TEF’s power over fee levels
Leaving the EU would be a disaster for UK universities, but pro-Europe campaigners have to choose their message carefully
Metrics have become prevalent – and problematic – throughout universities, but they can be effective tools if used correctly
It’s a long way to the top if you want to make it as a PI, but there are many positives on the path to that big break
Some practices thought to be long established are anything but, while others considered novel have lengthy histories
Senior figures worry that the UK is lagging behind the innovators and entrepreneurs pushing the frontiers of higher education
Given the run of campus, some academics would target what they see as cult practices that raise stress and cut productivity
From senior appointments to student surveys, pedagogy is again centre stage – and waiting in the wings is a teaching REF
The move away from overseas branches attests to the fact that such operations are hard to get right and offer no quick returns
Insecure employment takes a toll on individuals, but its effects may also cut to the very core of universities and their missions
How will universities fare during the Tories’ defining second term – during which ‘Cameronism’ may, at last, fully reveal itself?
Change happens only when people genuinely participate – but is the enthusiasm there for a structural shift in education?
Whatever the outcome of the election, strong financial leadership will be key both to the country and our universities
What would politicians do for higher education in the next government? To find out, our panel gave them a grilling
Research reveals that sabbaticals boost productivity – but be sure not to take work phone calls or check the email
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