Vijaya Nath on what might be preventing women from climbing the HE career ladder
Times Higher Education named Hong Kong as the third best student city in the world in 2017, with five of its universities among the top 20 universities in Asia. Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the City University of Hong Kong were included in THE’s top 10 young universities (un...
Australia is home to one of the best higher education systems in the world, making it a top destination for international students and academics. It has long seen foreign students – and their fees – as a national priority. In fact, the education of international students is Australia’s third larg...
Saudi Arabia has the largest education sector of all Arab Gulf states, boasting many of the best universities in the region, and even the world. Its institutions always perform well in a ranking of Arab universities produced by Times Higher Education.
Thinking about a higher education career in China? Here is an essential guide to working in Chinese academia
What does clearing rush that follows A-level results mean for university admissions staff? Jenny Ventris explains.
Progressing from junior faculty to tenured professor is extremely difficult, but following ‘action-oriented’ competencies can help, research suggests.
Five top European academics offer advice on how to mentor, manage and expand a research team.
Our panel of leading university administrators explain how applicants should approach a meeting of this kind at their institution.
We all need good advice – the problem is making sure you know where to find it, and how to accept it, says John Tregoning.
A new report suggests standards by which departments may consider social media and other public communications in promotion decisions.
Dress to impress if you want students in your corner, claims US study.
Anxieties over overseas posts largely overlooked as academy highlights benefits of global mobility, researchers claim.
Living next to the US is like sleeping with an elephant. But will the election of a divisive president see more Americans pack their trunks and trump, trump, trump up to Canada? asks Glen Jones.
The way universities perceive and handle flexible hours is an area for improvement, says a joint report by employers and unions.
Transition to ‘make-or-break’ stage for female academics is a significant challenge, study explains.
In the first of a new series of articles, leading academics and university administrators will share tips on how to get ahead in higher education. Here, those involved in hiring explain how to handle a Skype interview
Tim Softley, Peter Schiffer and Reitumetse Obakeng Mabokela explain the benefits of a transatlantic partnership
Co-founder of investment firm says that more early career academics should be encouraged to think about the entrepreneurial route
From the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to special needs education in the UK, more mid-career professionals are taking professional doctorates