Times Higher Education
Times Higher Education
Liberal Democrat MPs who signed a pledge against increasing tuition fees should not stand for re-election, according to parents quizzed in a new poll.
Students at two US community colleges are to be given access to a tailored online computer science programme delivered by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), thanks to a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
A third of Britain's most high-profile people went to the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, a study has found.
By Elizabeth Redden for Inside Higher Ed
BP has launched a new scholarship programme for "talented science, technology, engineering and maths undergraduates studying at nine selected universities across the UK".
Agents for international students looking to study abroad have reported fewer difficulties in obtaining student visas for the UK than last year, according to a new survey.
You might think higher education mission groups only get animated when they are scoring points at each other's expense.
Universities UK has confirmed that Sir Christopher Snowden will still be its next president, after a technical error forced it to rerun the nominations process.
Critics of complementary and alternative medicine have condemned the Privy Council's decision to award a Royal Charter to chiropractors' professional body.
Research councils benefit from external and internal pressures. Paul Jump reports
Grant awards success rates rise but income falls for some research-intensives. Elizabeth Gibney writes
Essential discipline threatened by declining domestic and foreign interest. Jack Grove reports
Ex-foreign secretary decries border policy debarring lucrative overseas students. Chris Parr reports
UK higher education is in a "strange situation" as the legislation required to implement wide-ranging government reforms is not in place, England's funding chief has said.
But leadership unease over mass demo lessened by hopes of campaigning dividend. John Morgan writes
Times Higher Education to anoint worst example of corporate gobbledegook in sector. Chris Parr writes
Student information website provokes dismay in further education sector. David Matthews reports
Composer and banker team up for opera created by stock market patterns. Matthew Reisz reports
New HE minister aims to unblock channels to openness. Joanna Sugden reports from New Delhi
University plans to expand in Greenwich Village have sparked a grass-roots revolt, finds Ian Wylie