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Marguerite Dennis explains how university student recruiters should plan for enrolling Chinese students
David Matthews reports from Canada on a model that gives students up to two years in work placements
Canadian academic argues people should get access to free higher education in return for their contribution to society
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David Matthews considers a flurry of ‘threats’ to the conveyor belt of arrivals and what Western campuses can do to shockproof their systems
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Pomona College academics vote for guidelines that ask tenure candidates to be ‘attentive to diversity in the student body’
Country's oldest institution places restrictions on undergraduates spending the night together on campus
Misty Bentz is the inventor of ‘Phynd the Physicist’, a game designed to open dialogue among students about inclusion
Poll finds widespread support for UK's membership of EU, but also confusion about when the poll is, and how to register for it
Tanja Jovanovic has overcome prejudice and harassment to realise her educational ambitions
Tim Blackman’s vision of higher education for the 21st century is one in which students of varying abilities learn successfully together
Universities should take responsibility for the betterment of society, says Michael Crow
Research from the University of Warwick reveals a mismatch between the aspirations and final destinations of Chinese students at UK universities
Four out of five UK higher education institutions report increase in students seeking support
Matthew Hartley ponders how prestigious (and pricey) colleges can justify their course costs
Hepi calls for action on sector’s gender gap to tackle male ‘underachievement’
Mechanisms for dealing robustly with assaults must be put in place without delay, argues Matthew Wyard
New book explores the anxieties of Peking and Tsinghua students caught between their parents, the Communist Party and new Western ideas about education
Start-up firm Spires plans rapid expansion across UK universities, and says it could help social mobility – but others see private tutoring as harming access