Britain’s universities have been actively engaged in a period of empire building in recent years
Storm in a teacup or thunder down under? Australia’s universities and politicians are mired in fierce debate over the protection or control of free speech on campus
Miranda Thomas, assistant director external affairs, Universities UK International, discusses the International Higher Education Forum, taking place on the heels of Brexit
UK universities are uniquely placed to recruit Chinese students deterred from US study by souring geopolitical relations. But are they doing enough?
Forty-seven school students from across the country have won places at 33 different institutions, including Harvard, Princeton, Yale and Columbia through the Sutton Trust US Programme.
Should we encourage international students to study in the US or the UK?
Sodexo's first International University Lifestyle Survey asks: how do UK students compare to their contemporaries worldwide?
The £500 fund will offer scholarships ranging from £2,500 to £6,000 offset against the first year of tuition fees
Online learning allows academics to share knowledge without geographical barriers holding them back
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