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Canadian academic argues people should get access to free higher education in return for their contribution to society
Possible mass resignation of external examiners in pay dispute raises concerns about sector’s use of contracts, says legal expert
Mendonça Filho scotches rumours of plans to introduce fees
Institutions face losing up to a quarter of their total funding council grant as cuts from Welsh government bite
Study says that staff and students are uncertain about how to maximise the educational potential of flexible teaching spaces
The argument that v-cs will jump ship if their salary doesn’t match that of commercial comparators rings hollow
Glyn Davis was ‘reluctant supporter’ of full fee deregulation, dropped ahead of July election, and now backs plan for ‘flagship’ courses
Vice-chancellors remain concerned about reputation impact of dividing universities into three tiers
Alternative providers should also be able to charge £9,000 tuition fees, says government
Government postpones introduction of differential fee caps in response to higher education sector concerns
Plans for 'failure regime' also on the agenda for higher education bill after Queen's Speech
Two-day strike over 'insulting' 1.1 per cent pay rise offer may affect student exams and marking
Review of ‘targeted allocations’ benefits many small and specialist institutions, but some see cutbacks
Royal Irish Academy warns that low tuition fees and funding cuts pose a grave risk to province’s universities and wider economy
Province will submit proposals in ‘coming weeks’ in a bid to avoid sudden wage increases
Tuition fee income increases sharply as funding council cash declines, latest sector-level data shows
Vice-president of Ghana says institutions must develop ‘sustainable’ financing
But the vice-chancellor of the University of Ghana says academics must still 'push' for recognition
Ross-CASE report finds that four-fifths of philanthropic donors to universities are alumni
Richard Budd mulls the logic of giving money to your alma mater