British Universities

By expecting them to do everything, we forget their central purpose: education

British universities are ill-served by the Research Excellence Framework

The university is taking a stand against an organisation that has lost its way

Decolonisation is a new form of Western elitism that risks turning campuses into ideological bootcamps

Which group of non-teachers run the universities: Vice-chancellors or UCU leaders?

Overcrowded lectures are bad enough, but Zoom and masks are incompatible with learning

The Erasmus scheme is a political project not designed to work well academically

From Oxford to Edinburgh, Bristol to Liverpool, the story is the same: online interaction is here to stay

Graham Stewart and David Scullion talk to Radomir Tylecote about how British universities are cooperating with organisations linked to the Chinese military