28 juin 2015

Thelmas 2015 results announced

By Ellie Bothwell. Universities celebrate at the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards. More...

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Number of Oxbridge graduates teaching at state schools doubles in a decade

By John Elmes. Since 2003, the number of graduates from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge teaching at state schools has risen from 5,000 to 11,000. More...

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Learn from art and drama schools, says Sir Ken Robinson

By Jack Grove. University lecturers can learn how to teach creativity by looking at innovative practice found in art colleges and music schools, claims education expert. More...

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Funding panel: keep £9K fees, boost living costs support

By John Morgan. England’s £9,000 fee system is “broadly fit for purpose” and “does not require wholesale reform”, but maintenance support for students should be enhanced, according to a new report. More...

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Fifth of students at private college fail to show at classes

By John Morgan. An investigation into a for-profit college by the UK’s quality watchdog has found that a fifth of students in a sample failed to show up to any classes at all, despite receiving public funding. More...

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Teaching REF would lead to time wasted ‘giving tuna sandwiches to assessors’

By Chris Havergal. Edinburgh principal Sir Tim O’Shea warns such a system would distract from real mission. More...

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Scottish higher education governance bill published

By Chris Havergal. The higher education governance (Scotland) bill, published on 17 June, would require governing bodies to include at least two members directly elected by staff, and two members each nominated by trade unions, students’ unions and alumni associations. More...

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Working-class graduates ‘locked out’ of top careers

By Chris Havergal. Applications from Russell Group graduates – who are more likely to be from wealthy backgrounds – have a better chance of success, commission says. More...

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Paper disputes causes of research misconduct

By Holly Else. Instead productive researchers with high-impact papers and those working in countries were the pressure to publish is intense are less likely to produce retracted papers and are more likely to correct them. More...

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NZ: Int’l students up by 13% with India leading growth

By Natalie Marsh. The number of international students studying in New Zealand is back on an incline and in fact, 2014 full year figures hit a 10-year high, according to newly released statistics. More...

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