Political parties urged to support researchers in forthcoming election manifestos
Gender and diversity researcher warns of ‘closed club’ culture that deters women from spinout companies
Key points from the ‘new vision’ for UK research from Adrian Smith and Graeme Reid
A working paper calls on academics, universities and funding bodies to change their ‘unsustainable’ ways
Party leader in Scotland challenges SNP with pledge on £10 per hour student income
Surveys suggest workforce is increasingly passive towards the need to upskill for the digital age
Think tank under fire over calls for sweeping changes to protect academic freedom
The University of Dundee’s vice-chancellor has stepped down following his suspension last month
UCAS data reveal dip in applicants from the European Union but a rise among other...
Former higher education minister leaves in search of ’new opportunities’ in consulting
Royal Society of Chemistry plans changes to publication processes to empower female authors
AdvanceHE survey reveals high anxiety matched by high levels of satisfaction in research experience
Five days of strikes planned at Coventry University
Plans unveiled for a university that spans Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
UUKi report shows first-ever decline in total number of transnational students
The University and College Union has agreed eight days of strike action will start later...
An analysis by UK funding bodies reveals patchy progress on panel membership for the next...
Study claims to show hidden cost of formatting work for publication for first time
The gap in continuation rates is widest for black students with a mental health condition
Oxford is to offer a fee waiver to asylum seekers
Regulator steps in as the University and College Union considers its next move on industrial...
Strike ballots show ‘patchy’ turnout and reduced vote for pension strike compared to 2018
Union members at Coventry University have voted to take strike action over an appraisals system.
Union members at 41 universities have backed strike action over their pensions.
University of Dundee confirms suspension of its vice-chancellor
The Russell Group university has admitted that some staff members were not paid on time
Research finds outreach programme has been successful so far but recommends improvements
AdvanceHE's student survey reveals scale of students' doubts over university place and the positive effect...
OfS warns universities again over damage caused by such offers
Head of the Institute for Fiscal Studies takes aim at ever-increasing university participation rates
England's regulator slams ‘deficiency of understanding’ in universities’ registration applications
How to get the measure of dispiriting success rates
The EPSRC’s latest industrial strategy tie-in targets computer scientists
Social media study sheds light on scale of ‘contract cheating’
European politics professor Anand Menon on Brexit, speaking truth to power, and unlikely fame
The university has set out the next steps towards its 2020 divestment report
Open letter calls for new programmes to address ‘climate emergency’