Why higher education is a worthy cause for the rich and famous.
In the race to apply for research funding, writing statements about future impact can feel like a charade.
It could all get rather violent.
Part-time students are some of the most disadvantaged – universities need money to help them.
As budgets get squeezed, universities are fighting to prove their worth.
A new government green paper has proposed a raft of reforms for regulating higher education.
The government has unveiled proposals for a new system to reward universities for excellent teaching.
Names of applicants will no longer be shown on university admissions forms from 2017. But will it help?
UK universities should take note from US colleges and cultivate more of a university spirit.
The number of part-time students has dropped dramatically and even those who get to university feel side-lined.
UUK’s 'Universities for Europe' campaign is a welcome contribution to a debate that is inevitably partial.
There is more equality for women winning social research grants, but men still get more overall.
Private school graduates earn more and are more likely to get top professional jobs. It has a lot to do with their grades.
The government is having a third try at creating a market in English higher education by abolishing student number controls.
There are no UK universities in the top ten list of institutions that have won the most Nobel Prizes since 2000.
We need to know what 'good' interdisciplinary research looks like.
New research shows the risk that students' won't complete their course goes down if they have to pay more for it.
The proposal for a Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) announced by universities and science minister Jo Johnson in early July that would recognise “excellent teaching” and “make good teaching better…
Policies announced in George Osborne's budget could harm students' access to university and cost the state more.
Oxford and Cambridge are to lose special funding for their undergraduate tutorial teaching system.