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Higher Education News

News and events on Higher Education from international media

Feb. 04 2009GuardianRAE brings to light cracks in university structure Luke Georghiou
Feb. 04 2009GuardianAcademic freedom under threat, say Cambridge donsJessica Shepherd
November 09 2008university worldnewsGREECE: Far-reaching European Court ruling
October 27, 2008
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Thousands of students of Rome's schools shout slogans in Venecia Square during a demonstration on October 27, 2008 in Rome against controversial education reforms being introduced by the government of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. Italy's student union vowed to press on with demonstrations against education budget cuts, shrugging off Berlusconi's threat to deploy police to break up the growing protests.

Gwladys Fouché
October 28 2008news.infoshop.orgWarm autumn? Heat rises in Italian education WorkerFreedom
October 27 2008GuardianItalian Students’ Hot AutumnBernard Duraud
October 23 2008Athens NewsEU rules on franchise colleges
October 21 2008Guardian
Shock to the system Budget cuts and reforms in Italian education have unleashed a wave of protests
John Hooper
August 18 2008 Guardian University standards under threat - The case of Professor Paul Buckland exposes serious flaws in the way universities maintain standards and classify degrees Geoffrey Alderman
 17 June 2008independent.co.uk/Lecturers 'pressed to boost degree results' , Καθηγητές «πιέζονται να βελτιώσουν τους βαθμούς πτυχίων» - μτφρ. στα ελληνικά (Κ. Χριστοδουλίδης)Richard Garner
April 2008Guardian'Teachers in France are angry - Sarkozy treats them with scorn' - Teachers are taking to the streets to protest against job cuts and reforms that they say are undermining the whole education system Gwladys Fouché
Apr. 08, 2008
EuroWeekly News Artist Guillermo Vargas - Habacuc
Mar. 09, 2008universityworldnewsMakki Marseilles
Feb. 08, 2008
Weekly NewsEU looks into Microsoft's influence on ISO standardization process
Nov. 20, 2007
Strike fever spreading in France
Nov. 20, 2007
French take to streets but no revolution in sight
14 November 2007 The GuardianWe must protect universities from central controlProfessor Sir Roderick Floud, vice-chair of the European Universities Association
Nov. 10, 2007
RAE changes threaten research reputation, warn VCs
Nov. 9, 2007
'Beacons' scheme to link universities with public
Nov. 06, 2007
We should abolish the RAE altogether Geoffrey Alderman
Nov. 06, 2007
The Independent - Education
Leading article: Degree reform has been funked  
Nov. 5, 2007
Students tell universities: Get out of MySpace! EducationGuardian.co.uk
Nov. 2, 2007
Looking Under the Hood of Public Higher Ed Patrick M. Callan
Oct. 30, 2007
The university of life Anthony Kronman
Oct. 30, 2007
League table predicts RAE frontrunners Anthea Lipsett
Sep. 13, 2007
The Independent - Education
Why Britain lacks a Noam Chomsky Terence Kealey
Apr. 30, 2007
EC told to back off over degree reform Jessica Shepherd
Apr. 10, 2007
Overworked and underpaid academics not acceptable says UCU in response to new research Press officer, Trevor Phillips
Apr. 19, 2007
Public service victory as college rejects privatisation Press officer, Trevor Phillips
Apr. 2007
The Struggle Against the Privatisation of Education in Greece T. Fotopoulos
Apr. 15, 2007
Big oil, big row John Sterlicchi in Florida
Mar. 12, 2007
Climat de plus en plus tendu a Athenes Anne Roy
Feb. 15, 2006
Students protest against Greece education reform AFP
Feb. 07, 2007
Les etudiants grecs font plier le gouvernement Anne Roy
Nov 19, 2006
Angry students demand value for fee money Anushka Asthana
Nov. 10, 2006
RAE changes threaten research reputation, warn VCs Alexandra Smith
Nov 9, 2006
Universities to be given £75m to keep science departments open James Meikle,
Nov. 5, 2006
Crisis looms as building work backs up Nick Mathiason
Oct 31, 2006
Oaxaca protesters vow to keep fighting MARK STEVENSON, Associated Press Writer
Oct 12, 2006
Academics reject research funding proposals Alexandra Smith
Sep 28, 2006
Vice-chancellors oppose research funding reform proposals Donald MacLeod
Aug 17, 2006
State Funds and Student Success Rob Capriccioso
July 26, 2006
New market-model universities blur academia, commerce Jennifer Washburn
July 17, 2006
Saving the Soul of Public Research Universities Joseph C. Burke
June 27, 2006
The way the money goes MM McCabe and Barry Smith
 June 20, 2006 New universities 'get best funding results'Donald MacLeod
July 5, 2006
Greece: Mass demonstrations protest assault on public education Rob Stevens
June 2006
Greek Universities Paralyzed by Strike Sarah Cassidy,
June 12, 2006
15 Injured as Officers Break Up Protest Over University Reform Proposals in Athens AISHA LABI
June 02, 2006
The Independent - Education
Lecturers given two-week ultimatum to settle dispute Sarah Cassidy,
June 02, 2006
Oxford University to press ahead with controversial reforms Matthew Taylor
April 27, 2006
Study warns of dangers of scrapping RAE Donald MacLeod
April 25, 2006
Any time, any place, anywhere Donald MacLeod
March 23, 2006
Group to develop new research funding model Liz Ford
March 21, 2006
Colleges prepare to do battle with giants - Powerful private companies are poised to snatch contracts from small providers Francis Beckett
March 16, 2006
The Independent - Education
Why Singapore can't attract any UK universities Martin Thompson
March 16, 2006
Research exercise to be scrapped Donald MacLeod
March 14, 2006
School pigeons - Flights of fancy in the world of fine art Marc Abrahams
March 14, 2006
All American trouble, Furious row as US school board drops International Baccalaureate for being 'too foreign'. Joanna Walters
March 8, 2006
Falling on deaf ears John Sutherland
Feb 2006
Becoming McUniversities Frank Furedi
Feb 28, 2006
On the brink of a revolution Donald MacLeod and Liz Ford
Feb 28, 2006
More money needed to stop university decline, argues Patten (Patten speech) Donald MacLeod
Feb 22, 2006
Measuring the cost of top-up fees

Kat Fletcher, NUS vice-president

Feb 22, 2006
European institute 'to rival MIT'

Nicholas Watt in Brussels

Feb 21, 2006
Lecturers seek student support over strike - (απόσπασμα -Ελλ)

Donald MacLeod

Feb 21, 2006
When it won't need a tyranny to deprive us of our freedom

George Monbiot

Feb 20, 2006
Lecturers set date for strike

Chris Johnston

Feb 19, 2006
Taxing graduates would gladden my heart - Our envied higher education system could be improved further by some radical reforms

Ruaridh Nicoll

Feb 15, 2006
Korean Times
Korea Plans to Build Linux City, University

Kim Tae-gyu

Feb 15, 2006
Filling the plane

Donald MacLeod

Jan 23, 2006
Typhoid fever led to the fall of Athens Manolis J. Papagrigorakis
Jan 18, 2006
US university spying scandal prompts resignations


Jan 18, 2006
UCLA Alumni Group Is Tracking 'Radical' Faculty

Stuart Silverstein and Peter Y. Hong

Jan 2006
Education Targeted in WTO Talks  
Nov 2005
From Marx to marketing - Ex-communist countries are competing hard in the global education bazaar ,
Oct 2005
Irish Teachers Say "No" to OECD Reforms  
April 2005
Research Assessment Exercise (απόδοση Ελλ)


Need for international condemnation of crimes of totalitarian communist regimes Rapporteur: Mr Lindblad, Sweden, EPP/CD
April 21, 2005
Lecturers' leader calls for end of research assessment

Polly Curtis

Aug. 16, 2005
The Wall Street Journal
As Universities Get Billions in Grants, Some See Abuses: Cornell Doctor Blows Whistle Over Use of Federal Funds, Alleging Phantom Studies: Defending a Star Professor Bernard Wysocki Jr.
Spring 2005
Contradictions of Academic Development: Exploiting the Professoriate and Weakening the University Philip G Altbach
Winter 2005
New Typologies for Crossborder Higher Education Jane Knight
Spring 2005
Sharing Quality Higher Education Across Borders: A Statement on Behalf of Higher Education Institutions Worldwide  
Spring 2005
GATS and the OECD/UNESCO Guidelines and the Academic Profession David Robinson

Higher Education Corruption Monitor

Natia Janashia
Summer 2005
The International Race for Accreditation Jane Knight
May 11, 2005

AUT launches academic-related manifesto

Mai 2005
Recettes pour une universitι plus mercantile Abelard

"Sauvons la recherche"

"Nous sauverons la Recherche !" (eng)  
17 June 2005
La foire aux cerveaux Cιdrick ALLMANG
1 June 2005
El Mundo
Casi 2.000 profesores secundan una crνtica a la convergencia

6 June 2005
El Pais
EL PROCESO DE BOLONIA - La convergencia europea, en cuestiσn

22 May 2005
Manifiesto de Estudiantes de la Universidad Libre de Berlin

5 April 2005
The Guardian
'Network' to save university science say MPs

Donald MacLeod
4 April 2005
Call to Support Yale/Columbia Graduate Student Strike

1 April 2005
Our degrees 'are not Big Macs' says principal

29 March 2005
The Guardian
Royal Society criticises science closures

Polly Curtis
17 March 2005
The Guardian
Royal Society criticises science closures

Liz Ford
3, March, 2005
The Guardian
Internet degrees a disgraceful waste, say MPs Rebecca Smithers
10, December, 2004
The Guardian
'University for Industry' failed to attract private cash  
9, December, 2004
The Guardian
Labour's failed experiment  
9, December, 2004
The Guardian
Keele plans to drop physics  
9, December, 2004
The Guardian
Cambridge delays decision on axeing architecture  
8, December, 2004
The Guardian
Job cuts blamed on research exercise  
7, December, 2004
The Guardian
Acid Test  
6, December, 2004
The Guardian
Why are university executives and administrators now worth more than academic and teaching staff, asks John Sutherland  
2, December, 2004
The Guardian
Senate backs Exeter closure plans  
30 November, 2004
The Guardian
'All universities must have a strong science faculty'  
23 November, 2004
The Guardian
University says market forces course cuts  
November, 2004
Canadian Association of University Teachers
May, 2004
Canadian Association of University Teachers
December 4, 2004
The Guardian
Matthew Taylor and Donald MacLeod
December 3, 2004
The Guardian
Donald MacLeod
July 16, 2004
The Guardian
Matthias Becker
Dec. 15, 2003
Fall 2003
The Costs and Benefits of World-Class Universities Philip G. Altbach
October 17, 2003
The Times
Nick Holdsworth
Oct. 10, 2003
Winter 2002
Avril, 2002
Mars, 2001
Le Monde Diplomatique
Conflicts of interst - For sale: US academic integrity Ibrahim Warde
29 Mars, 2001
Jan 30, 2001
The Guardian
Donald MacLeod
April, 2000
Le Monde Diplomatique
David F. Noble