To tell or not to tell about your autism, that is the question.
Flexible learning and teaching can help those who want to study while working. It requires structural changes and attitude shifts within universities and companies whose employees want to study.
What does it really mean to be "ready" for university? Research involving more than 3000 high school learners and first year university students have tried to answer this complex question.
Evidence-based solutions to our systemic dilemmas won't be conjured out of thin air. Universities, governments and businesses all have to work together.
Students need to have an educational incentive not to skip class, rather than just being scare of Big Brother.
Huge investments have been made to develop Africa's extractive industry. The challenge now is to forge collaboration between the industry and institutions of higher education to build a skills base.
Nelson Mandela called education "the most powerful weapon with which you can change the world". How can universities bring his words to life?
Fifty Shades of Grey and fan fic like it has reached the Ivy League.
Africa needs private universities. But far more must be done to make them powerhouses of knowledge, research and graduate output.
What is the experience of white students when racial issues are being taught in classrooms? Are we missing engaging an essential part of diversity?
We need more Louise Richardsons. Here's how to get them.
Universities may be facing a crisis of relevance but a growing number of academics are tackling this issue head on.
As more people around the world head to university, the quality of teaching and research is coming under tighter scrutiny.
Research comparing reforms in Scotland and England shows higher university fees reduce applications.
Which higher education institutions get the most money and why?
A warning from a group of PhD students about the path universities are on.
There is a view that austerity hasn't hit the UK's universities. In fact they have saved £1bn in three years.
Is intellectual autonomy being sacrificed to an unworkable vision of financial autonomy for public universities?
Scotland's four ancient universities have come out against government proposals to reform the sector. Here the university principal behind the proposals defends his thinking.
No sooner had Ed unveiled his £6,000 tuition fees policy than Jim confirmed the Labour agenda was different in Scotland. It shows how entrenched the differences now are north and south of the border