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A PhD qualification will be mandatory for teaching positions in universities in India from July 2021 as part of a new University Grants Commission bid to “attract and retain the best quality teachers and other academic staff in universities and colleges”, India’s Human Resource Development...

In Africa, enrolling in higher education institutions is an aspiration of many young people and their families and represents an investment in their own socio-economic progress. This is why university graduation ceremonies are celebrated with great pomp – the ceremonies anticipate significant long-term benefits. Higher...

More than one in every four Australian graduates are overqualified for the jobs they take on after completing their degrees. Researchers from the University of Western Australia (UWA), Curtin University and Britain’s Swansea University found that the field of study chosen was a key factor in...

In the wake of the European Commission’s release of its outline for the Ninth Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, Horizon Europe, 14 European associations of universities released a joint statement on Friday calling upon the European Union institutions to double the budget for Horizon...

The European Commission has announced the details of its €100 billion (US$118 billion) proposal for the next long-term budget for its research and innovation programme for 2021-27, which it calls the “most ambitious research and innovation programme ever”. Horizon Europe, as the new programme is known,...

The publication comprises a series of chapters, focusing initially on a battery of student engagement surveys developed at the University of the Free State in collaboration with international partners. Various publications have emerged from the engagement research but this is the first collection of the...