Every month, we pull together the 10 most-read Times Higher Education articles of the previous calendar month.
October’s highlights include: anger over pension reform, claims that the social sciences need a bit of a shake up, and the results of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2014.
University of Oxford criticises figures given to universities illustrating the impact of cuts to pensions.
Simon Nelson says original claims about massive open online course were overhyped.
Amanda Goodall and Andrew Oswald examine the state of the disciplines.
It’s not often a letter makes our top 10. Scholars speak out on pensions.
Scholar cleared after nine month suspension.
Monitoring of scholars’ performance, time and output is increasing.
4. University of Cambridge tops ‘Table of Tables’ for fourth year
Our top 30 compiles the results of the “big three” UK domestic university rankings.
Spinpact or grimpact? Muke or shitation? Brush up on your higher education vocab.
Chris Walsh investigates the figure of the coward in academia
There could be only one winner this month, with the publication of our annual Times Higher Education World University Rankings.