06 décembre 2014

Nature publisher allows research paper sharing

By . The publisher of science journal Nature has launched a new initiative that will let subscribers share research papers for free. More...

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Private provider dropout rates and loan access laid bare by NAO

By . Dropout rates at nine alternative higher education providers were higher than 20 per cent in 2012-13, the National Audit Office has revealed. More...

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World’s oldest scientific journal is focus of new exhibition

By . A new exhibition offers a glimpse “behind the scenes of the process of science journalism and publishing” over 350 years. More...

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Third of international students ‘come via transnational route’

By . More than a third of all international undergraduates studying in England are recruited from transnational courses, a new report reveals. More...

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International graduate entrepreneurs ‘shunning UK due to visa problems’

By . International graduates are shunning the UK as a business destination because of “impossible visa restrictions”, a new study claims. More...

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Uncapped student numbers: Australia's costly lessons for England

By . Removing student number caps in Australia led to a marketing explosion and a sharp rise in public spending, English higher education has been warned. More...

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Julia Goodfellow to be first female UUK president

By . Dame Julia Goodfellow will become the first ever woman to lead Universities UK, after being named its next president. More...

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Post-study work visa could be introduced in Scotland

By . Political parties have agreed to consider the introduction of a new post-study work visa scheme for international students in Scotland. More...

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Chinese students to boost 'brand Britain'

By . Chinese-speaking students are to be placed with British companies to help them break into the Chinese market.
A pilot scheme will see students from the University of Sheffield offered internships in a bid to offer companies access to Chinese language, cultural and business knowledge. More...

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Glyndwr told to leave London campus as visa licence reinstated

By . Glyndwr University has been allowed to start recruiting international students again, but must end operations at its London campus. More...

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