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John Gill has been editor of Times Higher Education since March, 2012. He has previously held roles as news editor, deputy news editor and reporter with the magazine. John can be found on Twitter at @JG_THE"
Market forces unleashed on the UK university sector have pushed up senior pay, fuelled the rows over it and posed questions about ‘value for money’ that are shaping the future of universities
Universities’ demands are taking too great a toll on individuals’ health and happiness, as our first work-life balance survey shows
The plans for SUSTech capture the boldness of the country’s ambitions to create in years universities that can match century-old powers
Knowledge exchange sits low on academia’s menu, overshadowed by meatier mains, but could the assessment of universities’ third-stream activities tempt some to make it a signature dish?
Cabinet reshuffle offers universities the chance of a relationship reset before they are likely caught in the first swell of a global wave of funding reviews
A precise breakdown of foreign learners’ contributions to all areas and sectors of British life could help finally move the group out of the net migration count
Funding, Brexit and the growing power of China are among key issues to watch in 2018, say sector experts – but there is a glimmer of optimism, too
The past year has seemed one of almost daily shocks and surprises for higher education, which THE has divulged, documented and dissected
Outrage over vice-chancellors’ remuneration has focused on individuals – but the buck stops with governors
John Gill on today’s NAO report, which claims that students are, in effect, victims of ‘mis-selling’ by higher education institutions