Worker checks thin-film silicon solar module, Truebbach
November 18, 2015

Asia doubles representation while European countries face varied performance

China flag, chinese
November 17, 2015

Liang Xinsheng removed from deputy chair post after writing ‘radical opinions’ that had a ‘bad social influence

Female student buying cotton candy, Yale Summer School
November 16, 2015

Number edges close to 1 million, driven by rise from India and China

Students demonstrate lion dance robot, RoboGame competition, China
November 11, 2015

Balance of power continues to shift towards Asia in disciplines

Incheon Global Campus, South Korea
November 8, 2015

Envy of Japan’s Nobel prize record is fuelling massive investment in sciences and higher education, including in international partnerships, says president of Ghent branch campus

BTech students of IIT Patna graduate 2015
November 3, 2015

BJP's Ram Naik calls on institutions to 'inculcate folk culture' in ceremonies amid concerns over rising Hindu nationalism

Tourists in rain outside Bodleian Library, University of Oxford
October 28, 2015

UK is top in life sciences while Asia performance varies

Indian flag
October 27, 2015

Fears that scrapping of non-National Eligibility Test grants could disadvantage poorer students

Tsinghua University
October 22, 2015

Financial Times reveals its top 100 worldwide executive MBA programmes based on alumni success

Michael Arthur UCL
October 21, 2015

As China's president visits the UK, heads of UCL, LSE and the Royal Society all warm to his slogan "the Chinese Dream"

Xi Jinping President of China
October 19, 2015

The Chinese president is visiting several of the UK’s top universities. But would they thrive in China? 

October 19, 2015

Do the socially conservative societies of Asia stifle creativity, or is this a myth created by a complacent West? asks Jack Grove

South Korea flag
October 14, 2015

Film shows students studying until 11pm in an effort to win entrance to the country’s three most prestigious institutions

neutrinos sun bombarded nobel winning scientists
October 6, 2015

Japanese and Canadian professors awarded prize for their work on ‘nature’s most elusive elementary particles’

Mao Zedong statue
October 5, 2015

China’s long wait for a home-grown Nobel prize in science is now over, but concerns over its university culture remain, says David Matthews

October 5, 2015

Scientists from Japan, China and Ireland awarded for their work tackling parasitic diseases

Man and lion lying beneath rug
October 1, 2015

Majority of academics publishing in journals with lax peer review are from Asia, study concludes

Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull
October 1, 2015

British universities are political heavyweights on global stagesays Hepi report

World University Rankings
September 30, 2015

US continues to lose its grip as institutions in Europe up their game

University of Hong Kong
September 30, 2015

Vote against Johannes Chan appointment follows alleged ‘orchestration’ of campaign against him by Beijing