Responding to university complaints about excessive government regulation, top Australian official envisions two-tiered system in which institutions with good records can earn "autonomy."
Flagship foreign study program may have failed to attract desired numbers.
Leader of Scottish university sets off debate with his critique of traditional defense of the importance of knowledge.
One by one, the German states have eliminated tuition fees, bucking global trends toward increased "cost sharing."
Australian government announces plan to turn "start up" grants for textbooks and other costs into loans, which critics deride as a slippery slope that will hurt needy students.
As economic growth slows down, foreign universities aren't leaving, but some are thinking in different ways about their offerings.
President of Irish university asks all academic employees to recruit peers from other institutions to join peer review survey that is key part of QS rankings.
Report finds only marginal increase in applications from outside the U.S. to graduate schools. China -- source of large increases in recent years -- shows decline.
Academics who aren't from the right parts of the UK try to speak "posh," study finds.
Scholarly groups start effort, and are joined by a university in saying they will no longer participate.
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