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BREXIT, how to make (almost) everyone happy

A pro-European Prime Minister would get better treatment and more flexibility from the EU, say...

New partnership helps Northampton go global

London based HE provider partners with the University of Northampton to offer international st...

Nottingham Trent expands international links

Nottingham Trent University and Jamaica National Building Society agreement is to open up scho...

China visit enhances University's sporting links

Senior leaders from China's Guangzhou Sport University (GSU) visited Birmingham City Universit...

How universities can help international students succeed

By Vaughan Leyshon, Centre Director, University of Sussex International Study Centre

Adapting to change, the impact of Brexit on HE

All of a sudden even the most resistant university professor will need to acknowledge that mar...

London and China team up for Joint Educational Institute

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) and the Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU), la...

Sector reacts to Leave vote

Higher education officials respond to the news that the United Kingdom has voted to leave the ...

Brexit: what does it mean for the higher education sector?

Veale Wasbrough Vizards examine the wide-ranging impacts Brexit could have for the UK HE secto...

Leave economics 'built on dangerous fantasies'

University of Leicester Economist is co-signatory to new statement warning of risks of Brexit

How to nano-print the human brain...

Meso-Brain initiative receives funding to replicate brain's neural networks through 3D nano-pr...

Erasmus+ awards open doors overseas for Edinburgh

Record numbers of Edinburgh students and staff will benefit from a new international funding s...

Diversify for better international student recruitment

UK and US offer best university course range but Australia seen as most welcoming towards inte...

The European Union, in or out? The South decides

Southampton Solent debates what the EU Referendum means for the South

Alliance MBS launches Global MBA

Alliance Manchester Business School and Renmin School of Business launch joint-Global MBA

Selling humanities

Why the UK's heritage in the arts will attract a new wave of international learners

Local schoolkids help in Nepal's earthquake-affected areas

University of Sheffield engineers supported the pupils in their rebuilding work

Coventry's Confucius Institute strengthens links with China

The Confucius Institute will help local businesses improve their understanding of the Chinese ...

'Green spring' coming to Egypt

UEL academies to support new Egypt sustainable building project

From Birmingham to Bangkok: University hosts Thai event

Birmingham City University welcomed former students, along with potential new ones, as part of...

New Chinese study partnership for Wrexham Glyndwr

Wrexham Glyndwr University has signed a new study partnership with a top Chinese university

Lancaster links with South African academy

Lancaster University and Gauteng City Region Academy sign Memorandum of Understanding

Plymouth and Nanjing launch dual award in game design

Talented game designers from China will complete studies at Plymouth University as part of new...

EU referendum: We are stronger together

By Professor Christina Slade, Vice-Chancellor of Bath Spa University

US international student applicants more career-focused

Report shines new light on contemporary trends surrounding international study

Green boost for NTU Singapore campus

University is constructing a sports hall and 'Lego-style' residential buildings to reduce ener...

How MOOCs are used around the world

New study on MOOCs in developing countries reveals half of users receive certification

The ins and outs of the EU

Leaving the EU could wipe out more than 3% of all UK laws overnight, according to a University...

Student Hotel expands into Florence

The Dutch group Student Hotel picks Florence to start 600 million euro European expansion

Brexit: Implications for rights and citizenship

Why the public needs to know more about the implications for human rights if we change our rel...

Should I stay or should I go?

Universities UK's cross-party debate asked if students should care about the EU. IE Editor Ste...

How are civil penalties impacting the HE sector?

By Tijen Ahmet, Solicitor at SA Law

Student happiness up down under

Student satisfaction with their experience at Australian universities continues at record high...

Manchester Metropolitan University awarded AACSB

Manchester Met is now part of an elite global group of Business Schools after being awarded th...

UK global leader for international institutions

Imperial College London is top UK institution (in 10th place), followed by seven more UK insti...

Birmingham Institute of Fashion expands in China

Teachers enjoy a first-look at Birmingham City University's new China institute

Delivering child protection in India

The University of Bedfordshire is working in partnership with Save the Children to train Child...

Love thy neighbour

Australian and Indonesian university partnerships are at their highest level

The global significance of liberal arts

By Professor Christina Slade, Vice-Chancellor at Bath Spa University

Nottingham partnerships reach new far-east deal

The University of Nottingham partners with Asia's biggest construction company on joint projec...