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Valuing international students in marketing and recruitment

The drive for universities to internationalise is often not based on morality or ethics, but on good economic sense. The financial contribution made to universities – and the host country – by international students is immense. 852 more words

a comment on university mismanagement

My commentary below was prompted by this letter published earlier today by Liz Morrish in the Times Higher Education. Since yesterday there has been a concerted effort by UCU and  431 more words

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Simon Gaskell quits Queen Mary

Simon Gaskell has announced with an email to all staff his retirement. This is good news for the College, although it will be challenging to find a successor to reverse such… 317 more words

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Correspondence with Sir Nicholas Montagu

Sir Nicholas Montagu, Chairman of Council, Queen Mary University of London

Simon Gaskell, Principal and President, Queen Mary University of London

 

Petition to reinstate John F. 892 more words

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Chinese higher education students drive non-EU enrolments since 2010

I am quite excited as my research briefing about the impact of non-EU higher education students on UK’s economy was published today by Oxford based  190 more words

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Dr C Magoulas v QMUL (part III)

If you need background to this dispute read first part I. For my general commentary on the case see ‘Academic position, age discrimination and social justice… 789 more words

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The Scale and Scope of UK Higher Education Transnational Education

New research published by HEGlobal, a joint initiative between the UK Higher Education International Unit and the British Council, shows that transnational higher education (TNE) delivered by UK universities overseas grew over five times faster than the increase in the number of international students coming to the UK between 2012–13 and 2014–15. 53 more words