Times Higher Education
Band Aid founder is latest high-profile guest lecturer at MBA college
Critics say university's announcement should have gone out to peer review, not a press conference
NUS says decision shows 'market is at heart of system'
University's provision in collaboration with overseas partners 'requires improvement'
Institution aims to make job adverts globally understandable
Massive open online courses’ lack of study support, for-profit aims may not be ethical, Online and Open-Access Learning in Higher Education conference hears
Ancient rivals fundraise to keep manuscripts in British hands
Global push complicated by mainland links
Degree programme aims to give graduates edge in job market
New assessment scheme will not be used to direct cash to institutions
This beam engine stands on the Loughborough University campus close to the students' union. It was presented to the university's forerunner, Loughborough College, by the London Metropolitan Water Board in 1934.
British Academy issues warning over UK monolingualism
• An academic has criticised Sir David Attenborough's wildlife documentaries for ignoring gay animals, the Daily Mail reported on 9 February. Brett Mills, senior lecturer at the University of East Anglia's School of Film, Television...
US president Barack Obama has said that taxpayers “cannot continue to subsidise higher and higher and higher costs of higher education” in his annual State of the Union Address, and published proposals that would require colleges to meet...
Aberystwyth University is to re-launch a "pioneering" master's degree that was withdrawn after it failed to attract any students.
A student occupation at the University of Sussex is gathering momentum with more than 100 people signing a statement supporting its aims.
Germany's science and education minister has resigned after a university revoked her doctorate, having ruled she had plagiarised parts of her thesis.