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But it continues with court case seeking to overturn home secretary’s decision to revoke Highly Trusted Sponsor status last year
They say 'lessons have been learned' after Research Councils UK is condemned for lack of dialogue
Report identifies ideal environments for UK
Campaign fights West of England proposal to scrap courses
Government loans may not be the answer, Hefce director argues
State cuts lead sector to impose 'arbitrary' student targets
EUA advises greater coordination for 'confused' system
Emirate's flagship aims to integrate partners in postgraduate programmes as part of '2030' plan
Research gains in Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Korea are not necessarily in their strongest suits, finds Thomson Reuters
Institutional review approves academic standards but says 'lack of clarity' in marketing claims could be 'misleading'
This suitcase, filled with memorabilia from the First World War, was recently found in a cupboard in the University of Abertay Dundee's psychology department.
Private university's new course awaits General Medical Council approval as critics decry projected £144,000 price
Analysis of information on staff and students can help to improve recruitment and retention
Times are tough for students in these days of £9,000 fees - so tough that they have to rely on universities for their drugs. King's College London "has offered students the chance to take part in a clinical trial ... by taking COCAINE",...
A professor of educational technology at Newcastle University has won a $1 million (£660,000) prize for his work teaching children from India's slums how to use the internet.
Regent's College is to take over the American InterContinental University London in what is thought to be the first UK acquisition of a for-profit by a not-for-profit higher education provider.
Universities and research institutes that do not investigate research misconduct properly could have their research council funding removed.