Brexit

Cambridge women rowers

Aberdeen v-c warns that universities cannot wait until 2019 for clarity on EU research access

Stephen Toope

Institution’s Canadian leader tackles executive remuneration, Brexit and diversifying the university’s student intake in THE interview

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Lord Hunt on how to ensure the higher education sector retains its competitive edge post-Brexit

Red blood cells

Holly Else considers how the withdrawal of one of the biggest players in European research could change science on the Continent, and likely national winners and losers

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The UK wants membership of EU research programmes, but it is hard to see how this happening, says Simon Marginson
Global collaboration

The capital’s universities must use increased tuition fee revenue to improve access for disadvantaged students, says Tony Halmos

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It is time to say how UK higher education will engage with the European Union
March against racism

The battle is not over for universities, but this week’s figures on international students are vindication for an embattled HE sector, says Sir Keith Burnett 

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Changes to associate membership criteria could open up European research funding worldwide

Brexit from the EU

As negotiations continue on the future for EU citizens working in the UK after Brexit, these are the subjects that currently have the most international staff 

Channel ferry

Law lecturer warns that UK-EU student deal could be seen as benefit for ‘elite and middle class’

Post-Brexit university funding issues are about more than the big pots of research cash, writes Gurpreet Jagpal

Border

The UK's ‘red line’ on free movement of labour may prevent its students from participating in the Erasmus exchange programme, says European Union law expert

Sir Mark Walport

Sir Mark Walport acknowledges ‘challenge’ of UK’s departure from European Union as sector anxiety grows

Struggling with maths

UK government ‘negligent’ to begin negotiations to leave EU without key role being filled, campaigners say

US flag, UK flag, special relationship,

The election of President Trump and Brexit have created a perception that the US and UK no longer welcome international student mobility, say Aldwyn Cooper and Marguerite Dennis

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Video presentations and slides from the 2017 Times Higher Education Data Symposium in London

Universities UK and the French University Presidents’ Conference aim to increase mobility and develop more joint degrees

Students protesting against Brexit

Sector figures say government proposals fail to guarantee future for academics based in the UK

Graeme Reid

Research policy expert says there is ‘no need’ for higher education to make ‘special case’ for universities during negotiations