London Metropolitan U., seeking to be more sensitive to Muslim students, may restrict alcohol sales.
Survey of British academics finds they are more likely to rely on colleagues than on their administrators or their unions.
Under new budget system, new institutions will face budget cuts and enrollment declines.
Britain's quality assurance agency has no information about the quality of most private institutions participating in government's loan program.
Government delays legislation that would have increased role of for-profit higher ed, but many believe sector will still expand.
One-sixth of those studying for a degree do so without stepping foot in the country.
Another country adopts idea of recruiting a university for graduate-only programs, focused on promoting business growth.
At gathering of European university leaders, speakers urge them (and American counterparts) to promote reforms in Middle Eastern higher education.
British academics find odds so long to win funding in the social sciences that some wonder why they bother trying.
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