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MPs back liberal visa regime to combat Brexit brain drain

Next UK government must move swiftly to ease uncertainty threatening university sector, says Commons Education Committee

Blue-collar advantage: how working-class academics can bring us together

Scholars with working-class backgrounds are ideally placed to change how academics are perceived, says Stefanie Stiles

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Matthew Reisz reflects on what the two remaining presidential candidates might mean for higher education

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Biggest winners in knowledge transfer funding revealed

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