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Uclan's Cyprus outpost of 'particular concern' to UN secretary general. John Morgan reports
The chairs of five parliamentary committees have written to the prime minister urging him to remove overseas university students from the net migrant target, highlighting "unprecedented" consensus between MPs and peers on the move.
A university has dropped "intrusive" plans to monitor the location of foreign staff via an email system after it was denounced by unions as "Big Brother" surveillance.
Commissioner warns of heavy R&D cost should UK quit the European Union. Elizabeth Gibney reports
Diverse candidates contest top spot in union leadership elections. Jack Grove reports
Male scholars more likely to succumb to temptation as pressure to publish increases. Paul Jump writes
The government has a legitimate role in deciding where approximately £1.5 billion of capital funding outside the science ring-fence should be spent, David Willetts has insisted.
French concerned by lack of entrance requirements at private institution. Clea Caulcutt reports
A group of academics in North America have drafted a "bill of rights" for online students over fears that their interests are being undermined by developments in digital education.
In December, 15-year-old Zhan Haite became a focus of national attention in China.
The University of London's v-c reveals his opinions on issues confronting the sector to David Matthews
EU should place spiritual values above potential profit in funding considerations, Chris Parr hears
Nicholas Royle's latest book is framed by his experience as an academic, he tells Matthew Reisz
Affirmative action judgment could have repercussions across US. Chris Parr reports
Students from the European Union in the UK are currently on an equal financial footing with their domestic counterparts: they are charged the same tuition fees and can access student loans.
Student visas were used so extensively by Indians to gain the right to work in the UK that they became known as "marriage dowries", the head of migration policy at the Home Office has said.
Universities should not depend solely on citation statistics when making personnel decisions, the new head of Thomson Reuters' Scientific and Scholarly Research unit has said.
Retiree challenges UEA v-c in tribunal hearing over FoI requests. David Matthews reports
Scotland shows reversal of trend, possibly due to stronger public funding. Elizabeth Gibney writes