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With targeted help from the government, the country’s universities have reasserted their quality and regained their global standing
China’s motives, like the West’s, are mixed, but it clearly has a role to play in building capacity in African higher education
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UK universities must compete for talent with places where you can put a roof over your head on an academic’s salary – and maybe even a bus driver’s
The UK is an energising force on the Continent, with staff and student mobility crucial to our ability to compete internationally
The rise of ‘super scholarships’ that aim to turn out future world leaders signals a new front in a global war for the best students
With PowerPoint presentations and group work dominating, we would do well to remember the pedagogic power of a voice
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Claims of being soft on Islamic extremists put institutions that value open and free speech in a very uncomfortable spot
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Employability matters, but it is poorly defined. Only by spelling out what the term means can the concept be put to work