26 avril 2015

Times Higher Education's parent company acquires UniJobs

Acquisition of global jobs network marks further investment in “dynamic” higher education sector.
Times Higher Education’s parent company, TES Global, has acquired the online global jobs network UniJobs, it was announced today. More...

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Europe investment scheme projects announced

By . Move angers universities, who say plan to take funds from research pot have yet to be approved by European Parliament. More...

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Charlie Hebdo conference: new risk assessment announced

By . Queen’s Belfast move suggests event could still go ahead, but confusion remains about why conference was cancelled. More...

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Drag studies module launched by Edge Hill

By . A university has launched what it claims is the UK’s first module in ‘drag studies’.
The module, titled “Drag Kings and Drag Queens of Performance”, has now been validated and will be offered to third-year undergraduates at Edge Hill University from January 2016. More...

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Geography teacher training quality questioned

By . The quality of school-led geography teacher training in England has been called into question by a new report. More...

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Lower fees would mean different course choices, say students

By . About 40 per cent of university applicants might choose a different course if tuition fees were reduced to £6,000 a year, a new study suggests. More...

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QAA finds 'weaknesses' at private college with £2 million public funding

By . A private college paid almost £2 million a year in public student loans has been criticised by the Quality Assurance Agency, despite being cleared of academic fraud. More...

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Charlie Hebdo academic conference ‘cancelled’

By . But Queen’s University Belfast says issue is not related to academic freedom and organisers failed to complete necessary risk assessment. More...

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Pension cost rise looming for universities

By . University pension costs rose slightly last year, but may increase significantly in 2016 as major reforms take effect, according to pension experts. More...

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V-cs go to Brussels to lobby against cuts

By . Around 30 UK vice-chancellors have travelled to Brussels to lobby European policymakers against potential cuts to research funding. More...

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