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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
Alan Ruby sings the praises of the less-heralded face of US higher education
Offa concerned that institutions lack evidence for effectiveness of outlay on bursaries and fee waivers
No staff will be lost, says Durham vice-chancellor
Tyneside-educated scientist to lead institution from next year
Scottish students less likely to be offered a place than rest-of-UK and non-EU applicants, according to watchdog
Fewer students expected to come to UK from Continent in wake of Brexit
Survey also finds cases of foreign scientists opting against taking up UK jobs
Market shocks caused by Brexit vote may have implications for sector’s largest pension scheme
Too often universities are not speaking early enough with private accommodation providers on what types of provision are needed, a conference hears
CEO lobby group in Canada says government should introduce policies to retain talented graduates
Minister backs continued UK success in EU’s Horizon 2020 and pledges to press ahead with HE bill
Higher education institutions in Ireland should face financial penalties if they do not hit targets on diversity, report recommends
Meanwhile government says fees could be a maximum of nearly £12,000 by 2025-26 under TEF rises with inflation
But finance committee minutes show concern over pace of expansion and there is disquiet over how a £280 million loan was approved
Australian v-cs attack Go8 over its criticisms of demand-driven system
Revelation follows comments by provost to academics that university is 'barely financially sustainable'
The winners of the Times Higher Education and Hepi referendum essay contest