After nine years working in three different international schools, Jonathan Owen compares the differences in ethos behind university admissions processes in different countries, with a particular focus on UK and US higher education admissions.
The HE policy debate is heating up down under – but what can UK institutions learn from their antipodean counterparts? Tom Kennie helps us get to grips with a whole new world of acronyms and expectations.
Administration, a sudden sale and an unexpected new owner. As Catherine Boyd and David Kernohan found out, it’s been quite a time for the London College of Creative Media. But what can we learn from it?
The announcement of an Open Research Europe platform, to be linked to Horizon 2020, is just the latest example of a trend for research funders to own their own means of publication. Neil Jacobs from Jisc asks how many swallows make a summer.