EU referendum

Cambridge private

But Cambridge head warns that perceived isolation from neighbours is ‘biggest challenge’

Brain drain

Latest Hesa data throw spotlight on disciplines most at risk from flight of EU talent from UK 

Chemistry student

The UK-US research relationship post-Brexit must work for both countries, says Darragh Murnane

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Capital’s institutions may be hit by a ‘perfect storm’, warn scholars

Students sitting examination

Key figures from the sector have their say on ‘worrying’ figures

Michael Pippenger
Vice-president for internationalisation also suggests US institutions could work with UK universities
Vince Cable

Former minister in charge of higher education says Theresa May could have won single market concessions 

President of ETH Zurich talks to Times Higher Education rankings editor Phil Baty

Theresa May has hinted she wants to continue research links, but it is unclear why the EU would agree to maintain the UK’s current deal

man with frozen beard, Lake Louise, Canada

Australia also makes gains in list of most attractive English-speaking nations as US slips

A young couple painted as EU flags protest on outside Downing Street against the United Kingdom's decision to leave the EU following the referendum

Capital’s institutions have highest reliance on European students, THE analysis of latest Hesa data finds

European Union (EU) flag missing star (Brexit)

Fears about the consequences of Brexit are widespread, says Sally Hunt

people wearing lab coats huddling together

New partnerships could help UK universities retain research links and EU funding, says Rik Torfs

UCU dispute board

Although remuneration slipped off the top of the agenda at UK universities last year, generous salary rises for v-cs will not be overlooked, says Jack Grove

A woman with an owl balanced on her head

Reading popular science articles causes non-scientists to overrate their expertise, research finds


John Morgan on how the EU used research programmes as a weapon to enforce free movement

People in boat look ahead

Lords report urges government to step up efforts to attract academics in wake of Brexit vote

Man riding unicycle at edge of mountain

Universities warn parliamentary inquiry that Brexit vote already deterring staff and students from coming to UK

Syrian child wrapped in Canadian flag

President Meric Gertler reflects on Canadian universities’ potential to ‘capitalise’ on political climate in competitor nations

Businessmen shaking hands from pedestals in river

Vice-principal tells SRHE annual conference that arts and humanities scholars cannot suddenly shift area of focus to different cultural settings