Nearly 1 million teachers in France – 4% of the employed population – work with students on a daily basis, in the public or private sector. How do they feel?
Michel Foucault was one of the most famous thinkers of the late 20th century, achieving celebrity-like status before his death. His theories about power and social change continue to resonate.
The battle between nationalism and a wider European identity in the 19th century has influenced philosophy to this day.
British cinema has close ties to European cinema, as festivals such as Dinard suggest. Brexit will put them under strain.
Measurement and standards are at the heart of how we trade commodities and measure wealth. So what happens now that the planet’s most critical standard has been completely overhauled?
The influence of Notre Dame Cathedral extended into every part of the life of Paris. The cathedral school was the training ground for medieval thinkers and the place of birth of the first university.
Ontario's newest university serving a diverse francophone community will focus on the community's strengths and contribute to major contemporary issues.
To succeed, Europe needs citizens who are multilingual and open to the world. EU-level universities can lead the way with four key concepts: Identity, Diversity, Essence and Attractiveness
Some say Britain should be proud of its imperial past. Oxford academics say it's not so simple.
Marie Skłodowska Curie was born 150 years ago and is still the only female scientist many people can name.
Despite an international context in transformation, the doctorate seems to have difficulty evolving in Europe. What are experiments have been tried and what are the avenues of innovation?
Around the world, leading universities have established themselves as well-known brands. In France, we haven't yet entered the race for global higher education.