Australians who live in another country for more than six months will now have to pay back their student loans.
Can the race of a teaching assistant have an impact on student grades?
The decline in government investment in higher education and the ever-increasing reliance on fees has made universities more like private for-profit corporations.
A lack of government guidance on how student tuition fees should be used by universities is resulting in money for teaching being spent on research instead.
Liberal arts institutions teach students critical thinking skills. But rarely do they learn how to collaborate.
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.
Less than half of young people in Australia go to university, so why do we make this the gold standard that all should strive for?
Problem solving requires so much brain power that there can be no room left for remembering simple rules.
A checklist of how countries can be as uncompetitive as possible in attracting overseas students.
Female scholars tend to assign more readings from women authors. But then male instructors assign more of their own work.
The higher education sector needs to think what it can offer to the average taxpayer.
Routine interrogations between police officers and students have escalated into physical conflicts. Why do such escalations occur?
Emerging science could help us gain a better understanding of the annual phenomenon of students falling ill when they head back to uni.
There are plenty of signs that teaching as a vocation is in trouble in the US.
Don't worry too much about university league tables – they might not be all they seem.
Students are creating 'multiple personalities' to cheat on MOOCs. How do they do that? What are its implications?
Obama's college scorecard could help students be more discerning when choosing colleges. But could it skew information? Will elite colleges rise to the top?
Professors help students question their beliefs and assumptions. How should they build the trust?
Children as young as six can show math anxiety. What's the link between parents’ math anxiety and their children’s math anxiety?