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Seven essential tips for surviving the new academic year

Magnificent seven: Survival skills for the new academic year

Times Higher Education digital edition (22 September 2016)

World University Rankings: Caltech cedes top spot in 2016-2017 rankings as Asia’s rise continues

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Glimmering lights: Nordic higher education – is a glowing reputation at risk?

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Don’t sweat it: Tips on running a research lab

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A precarious path: What can the UK learn from Switzerland as it faces life outside the EU?

Times Higher Education digital edition (25 August 2016)

The libertines: The campus sexual revolution – rosy retrospection and reality

Times Higher Education digital edition (18 August 2016)

Up, up and away: Fees survey – will post-Brexit costs see EU students take flight?

Times Higher Education digital edition (11 August 2016)

Faux figures: Why do universities hand out honorary degrees?

Times Higher Education digital edition (4 August 2016)

Brain-teaser: Neuroscience has promised much, but is the discipline delivering?

Times Higher Education digital edition (28 July 2016)

Manual v automatic: With robots set to take over many graduate roles, should universities be worried?

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Some lecturers will rightly encourage forms of student interaction that are impossible for those covering their faces, Eric Heinze argues

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University of Oxford snatches top spot from Caltech in this year’s World University Rankings as Asia’s rise continues

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Universities must pay more attention to the difficulties faced by students, says Daniel Dennehy

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The prospect of new grammar schools on the horizon raises big questions for HE, writes Nick Hillman

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Head of UK admissions service Mary Curnock Cook addresses concerns that universities might ‘not hear a word’ from applicants