Bruce Macfarlane on the hypocrisy of academics who help to monitor students in ways they themselves never were
The challenges of being a parent while studying must not be overlooked, says Helen Owton
Association of American Universities president also says state of US public universities is like battle to save species from extinction
But a federal income-contingent system is called for in a book co-authored by Brookings Institution fellow
Nicholas Dirks tells THE summit that free tuition would enable government to 'control' public research universities
Results come as issue continues to be high up agenda on campuses in the UK and US
Opposition spokesman on higher education also says government tactics on EU students are 'grubby'
Flurry prompts discussion over whether such incidents are more common, or a symptom of social media explosion
But others say shifting the problem back to students would simply be the ‘easy way out’ instead of prioritising HE in state budgets
Government review of admissions followed media assertions that misleading entry tariffs are ‘rife’
Annual study from UK estates group shows academic performance has dropped in importance for prospective students
Hepi report says some universities should increase their funding for mental health services at least threefold
Small colleges perform well in Times Higher Education US student survey, which will fuel upcoming university ranking for the country
Anna Esaki-Smith writes on the many challenges facing her as she prepares her class for the IELTS exam
President of the Australian Human Rights Commission says number of attacks on campus is 'seriously under-reported'