In numbers

We asked our Twitter followers to suggest words from the world of higher education that should exist, but don’t. They didn’t disappoint…

New edition of Collins English Dictionary contains raft of new terms

Which were the most-read Times Higher Education stories of last month? Well, it’s funny you should ask…

Yes, you read that correctly. It’s amazing what you find on Twitter these days…

Tech giant reveals the institutions that are most regularly mentioned

Report reveals price of everything from accommodation to a pint of beer at 20 institutions

Survey reveals the universities that are best at making new students feel right at home

Analysis by Times Higher Education reveals the institutions that produce the most successful women on the planet

Union asks students to probe institutions’ employment practices when visiting campuses

Survey reveals best and worst UK universities for electric vehicle ownership

A “magic carpet” that protects the elderly from falls and clothing that detects cancer risk among ground-breaking higher education research projects

Which major cities have the best universities, and the most university-educated citizens?

Report identifies emerging technologies likely to have an impact on teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in tertiary institutions across Australia

Most universities in the UK and the US now have a presence on Twitter, but which institutions can claim to be using the micro-blogging social network most effectively?

How often should a university tweet? Should institutions respond to every tweet that mentions them?

Image competition unearths photographic gems