New agreement could take cooperation to a new level

Sam Whitelock catching line out ball in RWC15 final

Canada and Finland also score highly in research assessing the effectiveness of education systems in 35 economies

Crosshair on money

As The Sunday Times reports proposals to cut fees, Sir Keith Burnett asks how we measure ‘value for money’ in education?

Paris, Eiffel Tower, France

Christopher Cripps offers a French perspective on how universities can develop their position in the international academic community

Turkey, global terrorism, study abroad, higher education

Higher education institutions in Turkey and Belgium report decline in staff and student exchanges following attacks

feeding chicks

Dishonest to claim that internationalisation is for the common good when it reaches so few people, consultant says

Homeless outside Trump campaign office

Higher education institutions are partly to blame for the hostility they now face, says US vice-provost

Pair wearing queen masks and holding Union Jack in front of Brandenburg Gate

Study reveals that there are now 2,900 English-medium undergraduate programmes in continental Europe

Brexit, EU referendum
The UK wants membership of EU research programmes, but it is hard to see how this happening, says Simon Marginson
Lots of money

Leading scholars warn of risks to internationalisation in populist era

Inclusive and diverse

Oxford professor urges institutions to 'build bridges within our increasingly divided societies'

Man sleeping in a car

Lack of student accommodation means new arrivals are often having to return home, warns student union

Soldiers at North Korea monument

Pyongyang University of Science and Technology feared closure when US travel ban took effect this month

EU banner outside Parliament

Analysis of university-city performance shows UK’s capital has a lot to lose if EU exit is botched

Michael Arthur

UCL head warns that decision to leave European Union ‘affecting our ability to recruit and retain the very best’

Anti-Trump protest

Andrew Hamilton suggests lure of New York will help it to ride out political storms

Protest figures of Trump, Le Pen, Wilders and Hitler

Latest evidence overseas students are being put off US universities by political situation

international students and social media
Time to remove students from migrant numbers, says Jane Falkingham
Nobel statue

We share what 50 Nobel prizewinners think about issues facing science, universities and the world, from populist politics and researcher mobility, to artificial intelligence and threats to humankind

Asian tourists in London

Get the basics right to ensure overseas learners flourish, say Kevin O’Gorman and Robert MacIntosh