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Introducing institutional access to THE intelligence, insight, rankings & data

As the voice of global higher education, THE is an invaluable daily resource for all your staff and students. Whether it's agenda-setting news and analysis, commentary from the sharpest minds in academia from the around the world, our influential university rankings, or the latest insights from our World Summit Series, everything we do is focused on helping you and your institution to excel.
You can now ensure that all your staff benefit from reading THE with an institution-wide digital licence. Users simply register or log in using their university or college email address to enjoy unrestricted access to all THE content, both on our website and via our app. Daily global content, regular newsletter updates and special subscriber-only content will also come as part of this pack that will provide unique insights into the world of higher education.

Pricing is based on the number of teaching and research staff at your institution. 

Join us and our rapidly growing network of institutions who benefit from the most comprehensive coverage of global higher education. To find out more, simply click on the button above and send us your details - we'll get in touch to discuss your institution's needs.

What you can expect

  • Unlimited access to Times Higher Education content online for all your staff and students
  • Weekly digital editions of THE magazine
  • Digital access to THE’s portfolio of university and college rankings
  • Unrestricted access to the UK and global edition of the THE app on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire
  • Weekly print copies of THE magazine (UK only)
  • The latest breaking news and reviews in THE’s weekly digital newsletter

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What our customers are saying

“It was when I moved into academic leadership as a pro vice-chancellor at the University of Queensland that reading articles on higher education policy and global development became particularly important to me.”

“I was struck by the scope and insights of the THE commentaries and articles, and have been a regular reader ever since. THE has been my source of information and intelligence on how the global higher education sector is moving.”

Max Lu, president and vice-chancellor, University of Surrey