Martin Lewis of Money Saving Expert
November 25, 2015

Money Saving Expert founder fuming on decision to press ahead with controversial policy

Piggy bank and books
November 25, 2015

Government relaxes student loan eligibility rules but confirms plan to freeze repayment threshold, as student opportunity funding also targeted

November 24, 2015

Institution’s student federation concerned about the ‘cultural issues of implication involved in the practice’

Scales of justice on courtroom table
November 23, 2015

University withheld degree certificate when postgraduate, claiming tuition had been inadequate, refused payment

MCity, University of Michigan connected and driverless vehicle test
November 19, 2015

President of US campus also seeks to aid the local economy and forge global partnerships

Silhouette of woman with face covered by person's hand
November 19, 2015

A shocking film about the extent of sexual assault at US colleges has just toured UK universities. It is high time we took this problem seriously in Britain, says Nicole Westmarland, while US academic Jennifer Doyle warns that a paranoid overreaction poisons campus culture

A group of students shout slogans and hold banners at Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, South Africa
November 17, 2015

Rector Wim de Villiers faces potential opposition from South African university’s council, despite student campaign

Montage of pictures from student protests in the US over racism on campuss
November 16, 2015

Scott Jaschik of Inside Higher Ed looks at why race protests that started at the University of Missouri are moving to other campuses

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

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

University graduates hugging and celebrating
November 16, 2015

Labour’s Iain Wright says PM ‘needs to decide what’s best for Britain’

November 13, 2015

British Council announces new partnership as Indian prime minister visits UK

The week in higher education cartoon (12 November 2015)
November 12, 2015

The good, the bad and the offbeat: the academy through the lens of the national press

Man laying in a tree
November 12, 2015

QAA study also suggests that academics see the NSS as a poor measure of teaching quality

Portsmouth University graduation
November 11, 2015

Going to university ‘influences outlook on life’, research for UK government suggests

Man stacking coins, refund
November 11, 2015

Representative bodies sign up to new code of practice on course closure and institutional collapse

Argument, fighting
November 9, 2015

The student movement is more divided than ever, but it must stand together to defend its values, says Beth Button

Young boys racing wearing watermelon helmets
November 5, 2015

University of Cambridge’s examinations arm finds independent school-leavers at Russell Group institutions are a third less likely to get a good degree than state school students with similar A-level results

Judy Clements, incoming chief executive of the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education
November 5, 2015

Judy Clements to join Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education next April

The week in higher education cartoon (5 November 2015)
November 5, 2015

The good, the bad and the offbeat: the academy through the lens of the national press

University of East Anglia (UEA) Enterprise Centre interior
November 5, 2015

University of East Anglia centre hosts two master’s courses in space with writable walls and adaptable furniture