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Weiming Education Group, the largest provider of private schools in China, is branching out into the US
Academic casts doubt on universities’ spin-off success and impact on SMEs
Times Higher Education World University Rankings data reveal the 20 best institutions based on private-sector investment per academic
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US-owned institution becomes Arden University
We talk to the lawyer, academic, former pro-chancellor and founder of a private university in Nigeria
Complexity of government initiatives to help commercialise university research under scrutiny
Tribunal judge notes Raj Kumaran’s ‘unblemished disciplinary record’
'Uncertainties' following takeover of the private university mean it will not take part in talks to form group, says Regent's head
An investigation into a for-profit college by the UK’s quality watchdog has found that a fifth of students in a sample failed to show up to any classes at all, despite receiving public funding
Applications suspended until audit of processes and guidance is complete
The headmaster of the independent college reflects on his move to the helm of a private university
James Tooley ran into trouble while researching low-cost private education in developing nations
The University of Warwick has scrapped controversial plans to use a scheme called TeachHigher to employ hourly paid teaching and research staff
Watchdog finds reports of fighting in classroom at private provider and sets six-week deadline for action plan