Sub-Saharan Africa

Clive Oppenheimer and Wwerner Herzog standing beside volcano

Clive Oppenheimer recounts dodging lava bombs and gunmen as he guided the director to global hot spots for his film about volcanoes

Burning tyre

Vice-chancellor warns of ‘lost generation’ if classes do not resume soon

Johannesburg skyline

The event will include the official launch of the 2017 THE BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings

Phil Baty, Times Higher Education World University Rankings

Phil Baty addresses the THE World Academic Summit 2016, and raises some fundamental questions about how higher education is viewed worldwide

Indian women and children standing beside well

Study being launched at THE World Academic Summit highlights challenges of collecting comparable data on social mobility

World University Rankings 2016-2017

The latest reaction to the World University Rankings as it comes in

Person standing on moving walkway

A long association with world rankings does not stop Times Higher Education from fine-tuning its approach, says Phil Baty

Woman standing with her children, Hong Kong

Anna Esaki-Smith writes on the many challenges facing her as she prepares her class for the IELTS exam

Pedestrians waiting to cross the road, Hong Kong

Peter Mathieson says being part of UN HeForShe initiative will allow the university to improve female representation

Burning tyre

Government support means low- and middle-income students will not have to pay extra

Map of Africa

Richard Follett and Tosin Adebisi discuss what they say is a new dawn for the continent

Entrance to the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa

Cambridge study finds women are least likely to benefit when university enrolment is expanded in South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa

University of Cape Town

Sixteen of country’s 26 institutions face ‘financial distress’ next year

South Africa flag

As institutions battle crippling deficits, there are hard and volatile times ahead, writes Martin Hall 

Burning tyre

Institutions warn of financial peril if increase is not permitted by ministers

Young female student smiling and looking at computer monitor

Sub-Saharan Africa’s first online university will help other institutions in the region to embrace technology, says co-founder

Group of people standing near baobab trees, Madagascar

David Mould had to navigate cartoon lemurs and other barriers in order to help local academics study factors hindering development

Nick Shepherd illustration (23 June 2016)

Martin McQuillan and Shahidha Bari consider the Brexit debate and the higher education sector’s role in it

Image of African continent

The MTN Entrepreneurship Challenge focused on Africa’s strengths, not its weaknesses, says Martin Hall

Chinese flag with rice in shape of Africa

Project at Tanzanian institution has $40 million budget

Featured Jobs

Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Journalism UNIVERSITY OF ROEHAMPTON
Technical Instructor, Film and TV UNIVERSITY OF ROEHAMPTON