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To effectively embed experiential learning, the whole university needs to buy into the idea, says Trisha Craig
YouthSight poll also finds that nearly one in five student Brexit supporters would now change their vote
Three institutions agree to changes over fees, course costs and progression
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The new education secretary has much to get to grips with as she arrives at the Department for Education
Thinktank advises universities to take advantage of UK’s ‘instability’ after EU referendum
Two recipients of a new initiative at Portsmouth Business School describe their experience of joining a UK university
Academics gave ghostwritten papers good marks in Australian study
Some scholars claim plans are more about improving staff visibility to students than brightening corridors
Offa concerned that institutions lack evidence for effectiveness of outlay on bursaries and fee waivers
Jeremy Corbyn urged to investigate claims of abuse much more actively and openly
Keith Williams eulogises a colleague who always put his students first and ‘kept the flame of old-fashioned scholarly virtues burning’
Lawsuit against University of Cincinnati claims decision went against US gender discrimination laws. Maxine Joselow reports for Inside Higher Ed.
Acting Aberystwyth vice-chancellor John Grattan is swimming 2.4 miles, cycling 112 miles, then running a marathon to raise money for the Student Hardship Fund
Alice Bonasio on why it is finally time for virtual learning, and how Second Life never really went away
Latin America needs a HE system that promotes equality across the region, says Carolina Guzmán-Valenzuela
Malia Bouattia says she has ‘absolutely heard the arguments’ of students who voted to disaffiliate
Referendum result is a ‘wake up call’ for UK universities on their relationship with the rest of Europe, conference hears
Behaviour like students avoiding eating before they drink to cut down on their calories may be more common than previously thought
Kent study says intense pressure on undergraduates to succeed may be damaging