Factor will count for 20 percent in influential rankings, not 25 percent as originally suggested.
British universities will not face sanctions if they fail to hit enrollment goals for low-income students under the country's new tuition structure.
Study commissioned by British government suggests that top university administrators have 10 percent of their salaries "at risk" -- depending on how well they do their jobs.
Report finds that history of "dispassionate" governance won't serve universities well in a new era.
Major cuts are taking place at the universities most likely to serve low-income students.
Universities with low completion rates consider whether they are enrolling some foreign students without the necessary qualifications.
Students object to university's consideration of plan to monitor them through their ID cards.
Analysts consider the meaning of the markdown in value of Apollo unit.
Institution promises star faculty and American-style liberal arts education, but skeptics have lots of questions.
As the pope moves him toward sainthood and Britain honors him, some see a contradiction in the way the country is moving in higher education.
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