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Can UK universities stay open? 23 June 2017
How do globalisation forces affect higher education systems? 23 June 2017
Universities face strikes as market revolution bites 23 June 2017
Vice-chancellors set out priorities for Brexit talks 17 June 2017
US student mobility trends in a global context 16 June 2017
Brexit leaves EU students wary of UK universities 16 June 2017
Cuts may force cap on Irish (but not foreign) students 13 June 2017
Flight of EU academics spurs fears of Brexit brain drain 9 June 2017
Kakha Shengelia – Leading universities in an uncertain world 2 June 2017
Universities push for deeper ties post-Brexit 2 June 2017
Universities set on building new bridges post-Brexit 26 May 2017
Pledge to abolish university tuition fees needs honing 26 May 2017
China’s higher education megaproject 26 May 2017
International student numbers up 15% on last year 26 May 2017
Conservatives will toughen visa rules for students 19 May 2017
Labour party plans to abolish university tuition fees 12 May 2017
What will President Macron mean for UK universities? 9 May 2017
Students today, leaders of globalisation tomorrow 5 May 2017
New ways to make the case for the public good of HE 5 May 2017
A stronger Theresa May but for what, especially in HE? 1 May 2017
MPs warn against Brexit brain drain of EU academics 25 April 2017
How to avoid being on the wrong side of history 21 April 2017
Why universities need to embrace all types of ‘other’ 21 April 2017
EU students given pledge on loans and fee status 21 April 2017
Trump’s denial triggers 500 marches for science globally 14 April 2017
Brand is key challenge for international recruitment 14 April 2017
UK public does not want fewer international students 13 April 2017
Revolutions ahead in international student mobility 9 April 2017
Rise of populism is a wake-up call for universities 7 April 2017
Revolutions ahead in international student mobility 7 April 2017
Brexit is an opportunity for Irish universities 31 March 2017
Free tuition for EU students in Scottish universities 31 March 2017
International university ‘in danger’, Ignatieff warns 30 March 2017
A 2040 vision of HE dominated by grand knowledge hubs 24 March 2017
Populism – Is the academy on the wrong side of history? 24 March 2017
Driving up TNE is a key UK strategy post-Brexit 24 March 2017
UK is best place to be a researcher, conference told 23 March 2017
Oxford University leaders call for EU citizen guarantees 18 March 2017
Seeking globally mobile students in a world in turmoil 17 March 2017
Standing up for the facts in an era of post-truths 10 March 2017
International students worth £25 billion to UK economy 8 March 2017
Higher education – The key to greater freedom 3 March 2017
New student mobility figures show Erasmus Brexit risk 3 March 2017
UK research coordinating role hit by Brexit fears 2 March 2017
UK university-industry links at risk from Brexit 2 March 2017
Internationalisation of HE may be accelerating 25 February 2017
Internationalisation of HE may be accelerating 24 February 2017
Internationalisation lifts the Dutch HE brand globally 24 February 2017
Rush to set up European campuses ‘unlikely’ – Expert 24 February 2017
International student numbers surge to record high 22 February 2017
Montreal pips Paris in global ‘best student city’ ranking 16 February 2017
Universities must push for an 'Intelligent Brexit' 10 February 2017
First-time international graduate enrolments rise 5% 9 February 2017
Changing world challenges higher education, accreditation 4 February 2017
HE has a role to play in rebuilding social solidarity 3 February 2017
Universities benefit from both Brexit and Trump 3 February 2017
Universities face £4.6m bill if EU levy is introduced 3 February 2017
Travel ban could signal the start of brain drain 2 February 2017
EU applications for university places down 7%, MPs told 28 January 2017
Brexit studies centre opens at Birmingham university 20 January 2017
The turn to nativism hinders international education 20 January 2017
Brexit strategy 'offers hope on Horizon 2020, Erasmus+' 19 January 2017
International education in 2017 – Any room for optimism? 15 January 2017
Lords signal strength of opposition to HE bill 14 January 2017
University strategist outlines brighter side of Brexit 14 January 2017
Choppy waters ahead for international student demand 13 January 2017
International education in 2017 – Any room for optimism? 13 January 2017
Brexit by the numbers: the fear of brain drain 17 December 2016
Is higher education serving the public interest? 16 December 2016
French institutions push into China, boost business 9 December 2016
How should universities confront a post-truth world? 9 December 2016
Leading universities’ response to rising nationalism 9 December 2016
Cambridge predicts two-thirds drop in EU students 9 December 2016
Nobel laureate urges a return to reason on campuses 6 December 2016
International education reaps record revenues 25 November 2016
£2bn increase in research spending per year announced 24 November 2016
Stanford University tops global employability ranking 23 November 2016
MPs urge government to bat for science in Brexit talks 18 November 2016
International educators build bridges, not walls 18 November 2016
Why the world needs a new model for universities 18 November 2016
Now we face the (temporary?) end of American internationalism 11 November 2016
Student visas – Another brick in the wall? 11 November 2016
May fails to placate Modi on UK student visa rules 9 November 2016
Transforming higher education through regionalisation 4 November 2016
Higher education struggles in an emerging democracy 1 November 2016
University applications from EU countries fall by 9% 28 October 2016
Scottish minister announces free tuition for EU students 22 October 2016
Education loses lustre for Indians on Brexit, tough laws 22 October 2016
Universities fight back with #weareinternational 22 October 2016
Do free trade deals pose a threat to higher education? 21 October 2016
Could HE rankings be socially transformative? 16 October 2016
Are foreign experts barred from Brexit projects? 15 October 2016
Could HE rankings be socially transformative? 14 October 2016
Internationalisation ambitions and funding realities 14 October 2016
The five stages of Brexit grief for universities 14 October 2016
The importance of keeping globally engaged 14 October 2016
Government issues funding reassurance to EU students 11 October 2016
New targets set to expand internationalisation of HE 10 October 2016
Brussels universities plan international student space 8 October 2016
If we don’t need experts, do we need universities? 7 October 2016
Brexit fears may see 15% of UK university staff leave 1 October 2016
Cambridge University names next vice-chancellor 1 October 2016
MPs launch enquiry into Brexit impact on HE 30 September 2016
Post-Brexit options for UK universities 30 September 2016
Survey reveals universities’ fears post-Brexit 24 September 2016
UK takes top spot from US but slides in global ranking 22 September 2016
Brexit fails to deter EU students… this year 17 September 2016
Developing a culture of transformation at universities 17 September 2016
Student visas caught in the post-Brexit crossfire 16 September 2016
Impact of referendum on immigration still uncertain 16 September 2016
Ambitious drive for foreign students is paying off 16 September 2016
Top universities consider new campuses in Europe 10 September 2016
UK faces sharp fall in EU students due to uncertainty 9 September 2016
Meeting mulls future of ‘prestigious’ scholarship plan 9 September 2016
The tides of change revealed by new world ranking 9 September 2016
Brexit and the European shape of things to come in HE 9 September 2016
US, Asia rise as Europe falters in university ranking 8 September 2016
What is a global higher education conference? 3 September 2016
The nation state and international higher education 2 September 2016
UK eyes European TNE growth after Brexit 2 September 2016
Research system ‘cannot afford’ to lose Swiss and UK 2 September 2016
PM set to scrutinise student visa numbers again 2 September 2016
11% rise in EU students applying to British universities 27 August 2016
Indian students seek alternatives to post-Brexit UK 19 August 2016
UK’s pledge on EU science funding ‘not enough’ 15 August 2016
Universities offer 'buy-one-get-one-free' degrees 13 August 2016
Scottish universities fear Brexit shortfall from fees 13 August 2016
Science talent to leave UK post-Brexit, survey warns 12 August 2016
Countering growing global divisions in higher education 16 July 2016
Brexit may lead to surge in third-level students 15 July 2016
Internationalisation should be ethical and for all 15 July 2016
Theresa May at No 10 – A new prime minister for the UK 13 July 2016
How Brexit matters to higher education beyond Europe 8 July 2016
Academics condemn rising xenophobia since Brexit vote 7 July 2016
Brexit – Maastricht keeps door open for UK students 6 July 2016
United Kingdom universities in a post-Brexit world 5 July 2016
Brexit – A view from the Continent 3 July 2016
Universities face uncertainty until EU talks are held 2 July 2016
Brexit – A view from the Continent 1 July 2016
Brexit a ‘painful turning point’, says rectors’ head 30 June 2016
Experts fear damaging impact of Brexit on EU science 29 June 2016
Unions fear job losses, tuition fee rises post-Brexit 28 June 2016
Brexit vote brings uncertainty for British universities 24 June 2016
103 university leaders have ‘grave’ fears over Brexit 21 June 2016
The Brexit vote signals ‘You are not welcome here’ 21 June 2016
Brexit: the significance of the vote for universities 21 June 2016
Look at the bigger picture – Brexit is about democracy 21 June 2016
Who will plug the funding gap in the event of Brexit? 21 June 2016
A Brexit vote would signal ‘You are not welcome here’ 21 June 2016
A narrower, more parochial UK? 21 June 2016
A narrower, more parochial UK? 21 June 2016
A narrower, more parochial UK? 17 June 2016
Who will plug the funding gap in the event of Brexit? 17 June 2016
Look at the bigger picture – Brexit is about democracy 17 June 2016
EU research contributes £1.86 billion to UK economy 10 June 2016
Damage to science is softening free movement stance 27 May 2016
Universities ‘most exposed’ to Brexit – Moody’s 14 May 2016
Brexit could scupper EU investment funding for universities 13 May 2016
Science could suffer from Brexit – Lords report 21 April 2016
Universities eye Brexit windfall 16 April 2016
Brexit would threaten UK’s global science power status 18 March 2016
Stay positive in EU vote, UK vice-chancellors told 1 March 2016
The starting gun is fired on Britain’s EU referendum 26 February 2016
VCs should stop panicking about Brexit 26 February 2016
Mobile students earn higher grades and higher pay 19 February 2016
Brexit is not just about funding 8 January 2016
Collaboration is king 11 December 2015
The ‘Benefits of Brussels’ to British higher education 14 November 2014