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Major British Council research judges 26 nations’ openness to international higher education
However, director of the Oxford Martin School says 'disciplinary silos' were one factor contributing to 2008 financial crisis
Carolyn Wickware reports on how the degree model has regained its popularity in recent years
Gearing research too far towards industry goals can lead to short-termist approach, warns Brian MacCraith
Literature on leadership development needs much improvement considering the sector’s importance to the UK economy, says report
Twitter may be a medium for academic vanity, but it also serves some very useful scholarly purposes, argues Les Back
National attitudes to universities echo the Bundesliga-Premier League contrast, says John Morgan
Academics will continue to have negligible impact on social policy unless they forge new collaborative relationships with service users, says Peter Beresford
Tuition fee income increases sharply as funding council cash declines, latest sector-level data shows
Schools and universities are increasingly looking at how improving personalities can boost social mobility. But in doing so, they may be forced to choose between teaching what is helpful, and what is true, says David Matthews
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The latest edition of Times Higher Education discussed by our editorial team
But could arguments over washing-up, empty honesty boxes and milk be a thing of the past at De Montfort?
With targeted help from the government, the country’s universities have reasserted their quality and regained their global standing
Contract terms bring criticism of funding council, but it defends ‘normal commercial practice’
The junior doctor contract not only deters the lab work that leads to breakthroughs, it threatens quality of care, argues Amitava Banerjee
Well-targeted mental health support can help students stay on track in an uncapped sector, says David Laws
There’s a tension between Germany’s desire to be in the global elite of higher education while remaining egalitarian. John Morgan reports
John Morgan finds pro-EU stance of (most) graduates will be a key factor on 23 June, but also reveals much about current divisions in UK society
Durham, Edinburgh and Queen’s University Belfast pick up inaugural awards for arts, humanities and social science departments