University fun and serious games. Including, of course, the ubiquitous Pokémon Go.
It’s graduation season again. Time for a look at some of the hot new issues about gowns, hoods and silly hats.
A new report sets out how bad things have become for UK universities looking to recruit international students. And it’s going to get worse.
Latest Guardian league table is now out. And it couldn’t be more exciting if it was called the White Paper.
Students need support to stay healthy. Luckily there are mindfulness classes, colouring books and exercise bikes to help them keep off the drugs.
Smartphone distractions are ruining students’ education according to some surveys. It’s all their own fault apparently.
One US university has adopted an interesting approach to student retention. It seems to involve drowning rabbits.
Most graduates want a job. Some providers claim to guarantee they will get one.
More puppies on campus. And lots of other animals too. This time it’s all about emotional support in halls
News reports suggest a massive growth in British students going to the continent to study. But is everyone really going Dutch? Or is this still very much a minority sport?
There’s an exhibition on at the University of Nottingham. It’s all about the history of the University. And it’s fab.
The HE Green Paper aims to put students at the heart of the new landscape. But other models are available – including the arrangements in Sweden which are highly relevant to UK debates.
A new study suggests that six specific experiences at university affect subsequent employment. Is it really as simple as that? No.
TV adverts for universities can be expensive and perhaps rather predictable. Unofficial ones are a bit more interesting.
Decor matters. Attending to the details of providing a high quality learning environment can make a difference it seems.
Latest Times/Sunday Times league table of UK universities is now out. A first glance at the top places.
Lazy rivers and the ‘facilities arms race’. The end of higher education as we know it?
Looking again at some honorary degree recipients, this summer there are some solidly serious ones among the celebrity glitter.
There aren’t many opportunities to relax for our constantly in demand Seurity staff. And the end of term, rather than offering some welcome relief, instead brings some rather interesting challenges…
A Chinese university has set up an online ‘talent shop’ to promote its graduates.
There’s a course which asks students to imagine the campus of the future.
Some more surprising incidents on campus.
More novel ideas for helping students cope with exam stress.
Are universities doomed? With the apocalyptic tone to many recent pieces on higher education you could be given for thinking universities are facing imminent disaster.
There are many ways to choose a university. Some seem to be using Instagram to help.
Here’s the first league table of the season and once again it’s the Complete University Guide which is first out of the stocks this year.
Yet more unusual degrees, from Dr Who to wine-making.
Support for students when they get to university is not worse than that they receive at school, just different.
Branch campuses are continuing to emerge around the world. But no-one is going to get rich quick.
Universities are using Snapchat. Just not as much as their students.