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Vice-president of Ghana says institutions must develop ‘sustainable’ financing
Tuition fee income increases sharply as funding council cash declines, latest sector-level data shows
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
Hepi report calls for levy to extend to employer-sponsored degrees, or firms will likely pull out of funding such courses
Money is designed to help institutions ‘attract and retain the best and brightest researchers from around the world’
Opposition calls on government to help meet funding shortfall
Sector experts variously predict benefits and damage from lifting the lid on who earns what
David Turpin says Canada’s provincial system makes it harder to attract international undergraduate students
John Morgan looks at the policy implications from long-awaited research into graduate earnings
Major new research on graduate earnings by course and university shows social background is key
Director of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education says 'the tide is against' these specialist institutions
New chair of AUDE, Trevor Humphreys, says increased competition within the sector could create ‘perfect storm’ for estates investment in coming years
Tensions between ‘tribes’ of differing prestige harms sector, says Leadership Foundation report
But government project may not capture ‘value added’ by some universities and courses, critic warns
Hefce and Home Office figures show further declines in new overseas entrants and Indian student visas
Ucea says additional payroll pressures and market instability means uplift is ‘at the limit of affordability’ for many institutions
Study suggests saturation point of higher education expansion is some way off
Hefce report on sector finances also warns of fall in overseas entrants