Vice-chancellor of the University of the Arts London (UAL) Sir Nigel Carrington will step down in December 2020
Mother Tongue Other Tongue, the brainchild of former Poet Laureate, Dame Carol Ann Duffy, has won the Queen’s Anniversary Prize
Industrial action got underway at 60 universities for the next eight days
The biennial awards recognise work by UK colleges and universities to improve the world through education and training
23,710 people, an increase of 6%, have applied to study medicine next year
Sixty universities could be hit by industrial action between November 25 and December 4
Lancaster University and the University of Cumbria will open an £80m campus in the city of Carlisle
A ballot of UCU members has found support for strike action but the university maintains staff feel they are paid fairly
In a statement, UCU general secretary Jo Grady said if universities 'choose to ignore this message from their staff then strike action looks inevitable'
The director of competition and registration at the OfS said improvements are needed at almost every university
The Equality and Human Rights Commission’s enquiry said there was an 'alarmingly high rate' of abuse across the sector
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Analysis of HESA data by the Universities and College Union has revealed a 14% pay gap between white and black academics
After releasing a statement in May 2019, a sector advisory body has released new guidance on degree classifications
The review's central proposal to cut tuition fees to £7,500 will now not go ahead, government sources say
The education secretary has said the higher education sector should 'get its house in order'
Government ministers have announced changes to student visas, reversing a policy implemented in 2012
The brother of the prime minister has dramatically resigned from the cabinet over Brexit
Jo Grady, general secretary of the University and College Union, said the USS members she represents feel ‘defiant’
The UCU general secretary said universities 'passed up an opportunity to bring us back from the brink'
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