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 are blessed with gifted scientists and eager students, but if we do not support them, we will lose an advantage that will hurt us all.