Malcolm Gillies

June 26, 2014

Malcolm Gillies on the challenges facing university leaders’ significant others

May 15, 2014

EU aims are laudable, says Malcolm Gillies, but the Bologna Process is no silver bullet

April 3, 2014

Malcolm Gillies celebrates a watershed moment on the long road to equality

February 20, 2014

Malcolm Gillies on why the metropolis could (and perhaps should) go it alone

January 9, 2014

Academics face distinctive choices when they retire, says Malcolm Gillies

November 21, 2013

Malcolm Gillies on contradictory attitudes to soaring fees and value for money

October 10, 2013

Malcolm Gillies hesitates before marking any documents ‘For your eyes only’

August 29, 2013

Recreating a two-tier system is only benefiting ‘the best’, says Malcolm Gillies

July 18, 2013

Malcolm Gillies on London universities’ pros and cons

June 6, 2013

Malcolm Gillies on how to encourage alumni donations

April 25, 2013

Malcolm Gillies on the controversial composer’s undimmed power

March 14, 2013

Asia is the focus of new pathways to study, says Malcolm Gillies

January 31, 2013

Malcolm Gillies believes an Ivy League-type system could benefit the UK

December 13, 2012

Malcolm Gillies awaits a sleigh and nine tiny (UKBA-compliant) reindeer

November 1, 2012

We aim to help all our students progress, says Malcolm Gillies

August 9, 2012

New gatekeeping needed for real choice and access, says Malcolm Gillies

June 28, 2012

Malcolm Gillies on music, leadership and youth

May 17, 2012

Affordability underpins the bad press about London Met, says Malcolm Gillies

April 5, 2012

‘Lucky’ Australia is feeling a rather British chill in the air, says Malcolm Gillies

February 23, 2012

Malcolm Gillies argues that to succeed, universities must be of the moment