Digital Editions

11 February 2016 digital edition

Where are we now? Jeremy Corbyn discusses his plans to abolish tuition fees

THE University Workplace Survey 2016: Alashi illustration

Times Higher Education University Workplace Survey 2016

28 January 2016 digital edition

Thirst for knowledge: Scholarship blooms in the Arab world

Times Higher Education 21 January 2016 digital edition

Signal thoughts: Leading lights of Silicon Valley on teaching the next generation of computer scientists

14 January 2016 digital edition

Prevent or engage? Universities walk a fine line between allowing free speech and tackling extremism

Red maple leaves lit by ray of sunlight

Rays of hope: Are the dark days over for Canada’s scientists?

24 December 2015 digital edition

Seeing into the future: Academics share visions for university life in 2030

17 December 2015 digital edition

Useful pairs of hands? The rise of students as curriculum consultants

Times Higher Education digital edition (10 December 2015)

Going up? The prospects for philosophy’s survival in the modern world

3 December 2015 digital edition

What a performance: The pleasures and perils of public engagement

26 November 2015 digital edition

Get ready to mingle: Science meets serendipity at the Francis Crick Institute

19 November 2015 digital edition

Out of the shadows: Are universities doing enough to address rape and sexual assault on campus?

12 November 2015 digital edition

Ticket to rise: Green Paper opens up prospect of variable fees

5 November 2015 digital edition

Majority rule: Why are BME academics so scarce at senior levels?

29 October 2015 digital edition

Balancing acts: Is industry funding undermining trust in science?

22 October 2015 digital edition

Gone to market: The spread of private providers in Africa

Migrants standing in field near Tovarnik, Croatia, 2015

Call to action: How Europe’s academy is addressing the refugee crisis

8 October 2015 digital edition

Stranger in a strange land: the immigrant academic experience

1 October 2015 digital edition

World University Rankings 2015-2016: full results and analysis

24 September 2015 digital edition

Hidden in plain sight: The story of a shy academic

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Globalisation

Times Higher Education World University Rankings data reveal the top 200 most outward-looking institutions

Common cactus finch (Geospiza scandens)

Tiffany Taylor on a thought-provoking view of the forces acting to ensure survival

Stressed businessman answering four telephones

Some surveys show faculty putting in at least 60 hours a week, but research casts doubt on whether this is a productive routine

Student asking question during class

University of Reading research finds link between undergraduate satisfaction and ethnicity of lecturers

Level of quality compass

Authors argue this means universities should spend less on senior academics and give promising younger scholars more of a chance