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Can global campuses promise the same academic freedom? Liz Lawley

On global campuses, academic freedom has its limits

As universities set up campuses globally, the blanket protections of academic freedom are becoming increasingly difficult to guarantee.
Class one – how much you owe us. Birkbeck Media Services Centre

Drop in overseas students adds to universities’ cash woes

Sweeping changes to the way student visas are allocated have been recommended by the House of Lords science and technology select committee. It is the sixth time the government has been given such steers…
Long arm of the law reaches onto campus. Anna Gowthorpe/PA Archive

University lecturers must remain educators, not border guards

The increasingly stringent control of student migration by the Home Office is damaging both the integrity of our relationships as teachers with students and the future of our universities. It was for this…

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