Times Higher Education
Senior scientists critical of allocation rules and assumptions behind £100m grant for 'gold' fees, writes Paul Jump
NCH looks to go from 60-student intake to degree powers, campus abroad. David Matthews reports
Two UK language departments may be forced to close their degree programmes because they recruited too few students for 2012-13, a lecturers' association has claimed.
The Egyptian government may shun the UK as a destination for postgraduate students on state scholarships because of frustrations over visas.
• It seems not even vice-chancellors are impervious to the worldwide pop sensation that is Gangnam Style - the infectious chart-topping hit from South Korean artist PSY. An internet video of a flash mob dancing to the track at the University...
From 1981, the Women's Peace Camp at Greenham Common mounted a sustained non-violent protest against the first cruise missile site in the UK.