Which of Times Higher Education’s raft of university news, reviews, comment and features had you clicking through to our website in March?
Well, as ever, a whole range of topics make our monthly top 10, including: analyses of our World University Rankings; a controversial Home Office ruling; tips on how to become a university leader; and academics’ pensions.
Scroll through to read our most popular articles from the past calendar month.
Our World University Rankings subjects data reveal the top university performers across six areas.
Home Office under fire over ‘indefensible’ appeal forcing international relations expert to quit UK.
Will top academics be reluctant to come to the UK after top academic is forced to quit Britain despite her permanent post?
Employees consider the impact of the Universities Superannuation Scheme reforms.
Academics left fearing for their jobs as management announce a restructure.
Vice-chancellors discuss their role and offer advice to aspiring university leaders (so you can be just like them).
Robert Eaglestone on a guide that gets right to the heart of the virtues that make a scholar.
The first set of English funding allocations to be based on the results of the 2014 research excellence framework.
An analysis of our World University Rankings reveals the biggest climbers under 50 years of age.
The THE World Reputation Rankings identify the most prestigious higher education institutions in the world, as rated by thousands of top academics. But who came out on top this year?