Religion and Higher Education 27:37
Professor Sir Keith Burnett discusses a personal view of how our religious traditions still matter to our scholarship in teaching and research.
Chinese leaders are willing to fund grand-scale investments in infrastructure that will connect up Asia, and to bring a new age into being
The world of higher education is changing, and I don’t just mean the wise men gathering around our new born regulatory child, the Office for Students.
Sir Keith Burnett looks into the future for UK higher education and sees the growing importance of China
More than 1.6 million undergraduates are now taught full-time in British universities each year, and that figure is rising. Student numbers have doubled over the last decade and a half. But are they getting a good deal?
We need to let young people develop the vital skills they need to succeed more easily. For those who study T Levels it must mean a route to success in any future they want. Their and our future depends upon it.Read More