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David Matthews reports from Canada on a model that gives students up to two years in work placements
Pomona College academics vote for guidelines that ask tenure candidates to be ‘attentive to diversity in the student body’
Governments overall are spending more of GDP on tertiary education but less on research
Country's oldest institution places restrictions on undergraduates spending the night together on campus
Mendonça Filho scotches rumours of plans to introduce fees
The sugar cane has been cleared for a new campus on the Indian Ocean island
Feminist historian Catherine Hall will not accept her share of a lucrative award, calling her move an ‘independent political choice’
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Academics do not always publicise their work, says senior academic administrator at Moroccan university
Data on international collaborations hint at importance of place, politics and history
Controversial article argues such academics are – intentionally or not – leading a ‘neoliberal takeover’ of colleges and universities
Universities across the world have joined forces in offering hope to those facing persecution and even death
Institutions need to establish ‘nuanced’ notions of excellence, expert on African development tells THE Africa Universities Summit
Universities in two countries will co-host three research chairs
Barcelona’s own version of the Crick Institute has helped the city’s academic ecosystem to thrive in spite of Spanish bureaucracy, reports Jack Grove from the Catalan capital
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
Gearing research too far towards industry goals can lead to short-termist approach, warns Brian MacCraith
Vice-president of Ghana says institutions must develop ‘sustainable’ financing
Distinction between two types of institution ‘not helpful’ for continent, say senior African university figures