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Academics do not always publicise their work, says senior academic administrator at Moroccan university
Giulio Regeni’s murder poses difficult questions for the sector on what doctoral students’ research should entail
Discrimination and university expulsions continue to blight the lives of this religious minority, writes Shabnam Moinipour
Investing in the education of millions of young people can help defuse a security time bomb, argue Faisal Abbas and Abdur Rehman Cheema
Times Higher Education World University Rankings data reveal the top 15 universities in Africa
China’s motives, like the West’s, are mixed, but it clearly has a role to play in building capacity in African higher education
Ellie Bothwell reports on what both regions gain – and lose – from the Sino-African partnership
Arshin Adib-Moghaddam considers the implications of ‘Emiratisation’ policies for higher education in the Middle East
Technology can help to educate people fleeing from conflict, but the conservatism of universities must be overcome also, says Martin Hall
Times Higher Education expands number of universities ranked to capture vigorous and active sector, says World University Rankings editor Phil Baty
Legal obligations continue to apply in transnational setting, say Lancaster scholars
Pervasive claims that non-native speakers of English are unfairly discriminated against by publishers are rebutted by linguistics expert
David Malual W. Kuany discusses the difficulties encountered by universities in the world’s newest country
Education City's spending for stateside outposts pieced together by The Washington Post
LSE academic finds link between education and extremism is most pronounced in Muslim world, but extends to the West too
Researchers set out how academic insights can build trust between different groups
Education minister pledges to 'ensure there is no exploitation of people'
Arshin Adib-Moghaddam explores the migrant crisis, and universities’ role in it
France's École Polytechnique among the institutions signing agreements in aftermath of nuclear deal
Higher education must look beyond financial gain to help solve the Middle East crisis, says Zahir Irani