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Comment: have students become customers?

Written by Simon O’Kane

I recall attending a joint meeting hosted by the campus trade unions and Bath SU back in 2012, with then SU President David Howells and the late Marie Morley among the speakers and Des Freedman, co-editor of The Assault on Universities: A Manifesto for Resistance as the keynote. 714 more words

News And Comment

Prof Mibey, VC Moi University Messing With The Queens English

As they say, English was introduced to us by the colonialists and thus we are not native English speakers. However, is this reason enough for us not to master the language well? 34 more words

Infographic: Growing Divide? What the University pays whom

Attention has recently been paid to both the growing rate of the Vice Chancellor’s salary, but also the wage disputes which exist amongst staff – both full-time and casual. 42 more words

News And Comment

UNILAG lifts ban on students’ unionism

Authorities of the University of Lagos (UNILAG) on Friday said they had lifted the ban on students’ unionism. 250 more words


Rankings = money = the value of education?

At The University of Nottingham we are committed to providing a truly international education, inspiring our students, producing world-leading research and benefiting the communities around our campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia.

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Bits And Pieces


Post emergency when election took place, Janta party came to power. There was great rejoicing and all that. At that time we had started coordinating with radicals from difficult colleges. 799 more words

Story Of A Student

Prof Dr Samina Amin Qadir – Vice Chancellor, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi

The Vice Chancellor (VC) of Pakistan’s first and largest women university is inspiration personified. From 1977 to date, she has offered her educational services at Federal Government College for Women, Institute of Folk Heritage and Allama Iqbal Open University, Islamabad, Bahauddin Zakaria University, Multan, and Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi. 1,531 more words