Is Universities Australia right to say that new data shows that the growth in new university enrolments has flat-lined?
The Randlords left a big dilemma in their wake: contemporary South Africa is not sure whether to thank them for bringing civilisation, or to curse them for complicating future race relations.
A scholar who has taught 250,000 students worldwide through the Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) reflects on the changes that these courses are bringing. Should all those in higher ed be worried?
Research suggests that universities in South Africa haven't paid much attention to the potential harm that social media could cause - and the benefits it could create.
India has invested hugely in to reforming its higher education sector – Australia must view this as an opportunity to capitalise on this growth through partnerships and training schemes.
Academics must teach students how to think – not what to think.
When Higher Education gets involved in our children's schooling, we risk widening inequalities and creating ethical dangers.
New analysis shows the secret to success in world university rankings isn't all about money.
Don't panic if you didn't get the school results you wanted – here's what to do.
People seeking asylum and refugees on temporary visas should have access to education funding and loan schemes so they can improve their skills, gain qualifications and contribute to Australia.
University protests in South Africa have showed that the countries students are hungry for real change. This desire can be harnessed to create a generation of "citizen scholars".
Rather than simply shutting down these groups, universities need to engage these difficult conversations to support the younger generation to fight together for meaningful social change.
With unaffordable housing and a scarcity of jobs, it's no wonder that young people are giving London a miss.
There are ‘fossil free’ campaigns at 15 Australian universities, but yet no university has fully committed to divesting in fossil fuels.
Scotland is threatening a positive-discrimination policy for making access to universities more equal. While its central argument is right, there's more to this than meets the eye.
Big data is about processing large amounts of data. It is often associated with multiplicities of data. But the ability to generate data outpaces the ability to store it.
Research writing events have become a popular way for academics to develop their writing skills and socialise with others.
Australians who live in another country for more than six months will now have to pay back their student loans.
We can't fulfil Malcolm Turnbull's ambition for an innovative nation without understanding why researchers are struggling to engage with industry.
A new government green paper has proposed a raft of reforms for regulating higher education.