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As student loan debt in the UK passes £100 billion, Sir Keith Burnett says it’s time we faced up to the real cost of tuition fees and debt
Sir Keith Burnett on the reaction of scholars and students in America as the US president pulls out of the Paris Agreement
Sir Keith Burnett writes from the US on the country’s mixed – and sometimes misleading – immigration history
Sir Keith Burnett returns from Australia with some astute observations on two far-from-perfect higher education systems
We must make it clearer to UK-based European scholars that the UK higher education sector wishes to remain open, says Sir Keith Burnett
Sir Keith Burnett reflects on the future of academia and innovation in the UK and China
Sir Keith Burnett asks if criticising your country means academics are unpatriotic
Are alternative income streams out there? Keith Burnett mulls all the options and the impact of Brexit in a marketised system
Keith Burnett explains why the University of Sheffield's activities in the Yorkshire town of Rotherham might offer many lessons for the government's new education team