Institutional review approves academic standards but says 'lack of clarity' in marketing claims could be 'misleading'
This suitcase, filled with memorabilia from the First World War, was recently found in a cupboard in the University of Abertay Dundee's psychology department.
Private university's new course awaits General Medical Council approval as critics decry projected £144,000 price
Analysis of information on staff and students can help to improve recruitment and retention
Times are tough for students in these days of £9,000 fees - so tough that they have to rely on universities for their drugs. King's College London "has offered students the chance to take part in a clinical trial ... by taking COCAINE",...
A professor of educational technology at Newcastle University has won a $1 million (£660,000) prize for his work teaching children from India's slums how to use the internet.
Regent's College is to take over the American InterContinental University London in what is thought to be the first UK acquisition of a for-profit by a not-for-profit higher education provider.
Universities and research institutes that do not investigate research misconduct properly could have their research council funding removed.
The government has sparked anger by rejecting universities' calls for overseas students to be withdrawn from the net migrant count, a move that may kill off hopes of securing the change in the current Parliament.
By Ry Rivard, for Inside Higher Ed
The UK's higher education funding councils will not express a preference for either green or gold open access in their submission rules for future research excellence frameworks.
Unionised academics at the University of Birmingham have voted to strike over threatened compulsory redundancies and “aggressive” management tactics.
The memoir of a creative writing tutor stalked by a former student turned “verbal terrorist” is attracting widespread attention.
The idea of “education diplomacy” has “really arrived” at the highest levels of American foreign policy, a US State Department official has told an international higher education conference
The University of Gloucestershire has agreed to validate a range of pre-degree courses for international students as part of a new tie-up with private firm INTO University Partnerships.
The lack of clarity over Research Councils UK’s new open access policy is “unacceptable” and government ministers should learn lessons from the confusion, according to a House of Lords report.
Two of the leading US massive open online course providers have each almost doubled the number of universities offering courses on their online platforms.