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The Open University's vice-chancellor says now is the moment to turn around decline in part-time study
UUK in search for ‘politically achievable’ solution given that end to free movement is ‘likely’
Democratic nominee's policy leaves 'broken' system intact, experts fear
David Teece on how universities can build ‘dynamic capabilities’ to unlock revenue – and stay true to their mission
Group of Eight also warns of ‘policy drift’ and ‘risk to a major export industry’
The University of Exeter has confirmed that fees will go up with inflation for current students, and Sorana Vieru is not impressed
Number of students placed on results day drops 8 per cent year-on-year
Sir Steve Smith says it would be ‘odd’ to charge some Exeter cohorts less than others
Post-Brexit, will EU students still see English HE as value for money, and what are the pros and cons of charging them international fees?
Knowledge exchange income is up to £4.2 billion, while university spin-offs and start-ups also posted strong growth
As institutions battle crippling deficits, there are hard and volatile times ahead, writes Martin Hall
Institutions warn of financial peril if increase is not permitted by ministers
Ana Mari Cauce, who is Cuban-American and gay, aims to improve race and identity relations on campus
Don’t follow fashion when deciding how best to raise cash – consider all the options, says Marc Finer
Calie Pistorius, who has led the institution for just under a decade, is looking forward to his ‘next opportunity and role’
Tuition rises have left middle classes ‘slammed’, and low African American enrolments can cause tensions, warns Gene Block
Vice-chancellor predicts that sector’s ‘slightly snobbish’ attitude will be swiftly eroded
Benefits of proposals for reducing the tax costs of sharing university equipment outweighed by legal and financial hurdles, according to N8 research group
Fee rises confirmed today will have a negative effect on social mobility, writes Gordon Marsden
Research league calls for funding decision makers to see UK partners as desirable