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Institutions signed up to IIE’s Generation Study Abroad initiative have pledged to create scholarships for under-represented students, says report

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Independent audit ordered by president in wake of claims by black students’ officer

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Campus universities seem to have happier students. Mark Smith and Adam Child think they know why

Habesha Project aims to ‘send a message of solidarity to the Syrian nation’

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Funding councils also propose new questions on student engagement

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UK institutions have triumphed in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016, but immigration policies and fees may threaten their status, says leading academic

Jo Johnson, Minister for Universities and Science

Jess Patterson on why she fears the teaching excellence framework will be bad news for early career academics

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Women and students from poorer backgrounds to be hardest hit, says Sutton Trust analysis


Student safety and funding are key concerns for Vaal and UKZN undergraduates

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Major/minor course designed to improve graduates’ employment prospects

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Term in office marred by protests against outsourcing and suspension of the ‘Sussex Five’

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Republic of Ireland has highest satisfaction scores among international students, survey finds

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London institutions top Good University Guide 2016 list based on graduate job prospects

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Surrey and Sussex make strides in Good University Guide 2016

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Exams could measure 'learning gain' but may also form part of planned teaching excellence framework

Megan Dunn, president of the National Union of Students

Jo Johnson and George Osborne among MPs targeted by campaigners

Move comes as universities minister criticises National Union of Students for failing to back new rules to curb ‘extremist’ speakers on campus

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Hefce study finds independent school students are less likely to get a first or a 2:1

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International students accounted for over two-thirds of the growth in enrolments in past decade, says study

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Study finds proportion of non-aboriginal people in the country graduating from university is improving at a faster rate

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