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University Alliance study highlights what it says is higher education institutions' key role in improving social mobility
Regulator will promote market, distribute grants, award university status and have power to enter premises with warrant
Key figures respond to the Queen’s HE announcements
Government plans to make it ‘easier’ for new universities to launch
Loss of fee income if Britain leaves EU could be worth £700 million a year, claims new report
Government says it could designate sector quality body in future to protect co-regulation
Research councils, Innovate UK and QR funding will be brought under one new body that will also distribute new money for interdisciplinary research
Senior aide Sam Clovis on what US university policy might look like under a Trump administration
Key figures from the university world respond to the higher education White Paper, Success as a Knowledge Economy
Hefce-funded project aims to drive economic growth and increase employment
Such partnerships are healthy but an NCUB report says more are needed to boost UK prosperity
Two-day strike over 'insulting' 1.1 per cent pay rise offer may affect student exams and marking
Course for world’s ‘most senior business leaders’ will cost ‘gigantic’ £80K for first year
Universities in two countries will co-host three research chairs
Research council chiefs to be grilled by select committee after poll to name polar research vessel is overruled
Almost two-thirds of members voting back strike over 'insulting' 1.1 per cent pay offer
Plan to deregulate fees wholesale dropped, but alternatives floated in discussion paper
International visibility for Leicester as a result of club’s success has already contributed to boost in overseas applications, says one vice-chancellor
Province will submit proposals in ‘coming weeks’ in a bid to avoid sudden wage increases
Johannes Haushofer lists failures in attempt to 'balance the record' on how he climbed the greasy pole of academia