I was going to write that you can’t have an effective failure regime in higher education unless you have a buyers market for academics – not just students and their tuition fees. There has to be hope for the dons
Every conversation today seems to be about the disruptive forces reshaping our lives, habits and careers – the high street vs Amazon, skilled workers vs robots, artificial intelligence vs human insight.
Disruption comes from every angle and the Higher Education sector
Do you work for an Anchor Institution? If you work in a university or college then the answer is – you should be.
If your institution is based in Lancashire you may have already been part of the Preston Model of collaborative
As Parliament breaks for summer recess we are reminded of prime minister Harold Wilson’s phrase “a week is a long time in politics” – for universities that week turned out to be 15th – 19th May 2017.
Until that week the university outlook was
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The Latin American education system has gone through major reforms recently. The region is one of the world’s most important markets for outbound student mobility, and is expected to become the third largest global region for international higher education recruitment
The announcement of the first tranche of challenges to be supported by the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) and additional support for high skilled research talent has been welcomed by the UK’s Research and Innovation leaders.
Dr Ruth McKernan, Chief Executive
The UK is a beacon for higher education and consistently ranks as one of the best places to study in the world. However, as students now embark upon a university education, facing higher fees than ever, how can universities ensure
Students willing to pay more in tuition fees to receive more personal teaching at university, study finds
Nearly half of UK university humanities graduates (44%) say they would have paid more to have had more personalised teaching, according to a new survey.
Disappointment over lack of teacher involvement looms large
Humanities graduates expressed disappointment at the lack of involvement
PA Consulting launches the results of its eighth annual survey of higher education leaders.
Most vice-chancellors (58%) regard the domestic market for higher education as a shrinking or static game and 43% think it is likely that there will be significant