Times Higher Education
Times Higher Education
The Home Secretary has pledged to introduce interviews for 100,000 more international students to root out visa abuse, and warned universities that they will lose their licences to recruit foreign students if they fail to meet standards.
Government plans to grant a VAT exemption to for-profit higher education providers will "rig the higher education market" in their favour and use public subsidies "to create corporate and individual shareholder profit", according to the...
More than a quarter of England and Wales' adult population has a higher education qualification, although a North-South divide prevails, the 2011 census has revealed.
The amount of money universities were given in donations of at least £1 million leapt by more than a third in 2010-11, according to a report by the bank Coutts.
Michael Arthur has been named as the next president and provost of University College London.
By Scott Jaschik, for Inside Higher Ed
The retail and financial sectors remain the top recruiters of graduates despite the economic turbulence of recent years, a report has found.
The chief executive of the National Union of Students is to leave the organisation next year to take up a role heading up the Scout Association.
A lack of undergraduate courses that cover online information security is jeopardising the effectiveness of the UK's Cyber Security Strategy, according to a leading expert.
More than one in three young people in the UK are put off post-secondary training or education because of the perceived cost, a report has found.
Prospective students from independent schools are much more likely to submit good personal statements to back up their applications to university, a study has found.
UCU study suggests flaws in student-to-staff ratios may mask true class sizes. Jack Grove reports
Taxpayer-backed funding for students at private colleges rose by 138 per cent to £100 million last year, with a private equity-owned institution that did not meet all quality standards accounting for more than a fifth of that total.
David Matthews on growing signs of cross-party accord as BIS recasts education as an export
NUS survey shows higher rates of work, worry and withdrawal among worse-off. Chris Parr reports
Manifesto calls for university rankings to take gender gap into account. David Matthews writes
Scholar's use of company document elicits legal letters and 'cave-in' by OU. David Matthews writes
Holyrood seeks power over admissions, governance and, via the SFC, courses. David Matthews reports
Access, engagement and rankings too: ex-minister turned v-c sees bright future. John Morgan writes
Personal experience can drive scholars to push the boundaries in their chosen field, writes Jon Marcus