Top 10 UK Higher Education Blogs, Websites & Newsletters in 2018


1. Wonkhe | Higher education policy, people and politics

Wonkhe | Higher education policy, people and politics

UK About Blog Wonkhe is a blog about UK higher education policy. Follow us to keep up with the latest analysis, research, comments, debate, university jobs and recruitment news.
Frequency about 15 posts per week.
Since Sep 2017
Also in Higher Education Blogs
Website wonkhe.com
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 26,316.

2. The PIE News | International Education News

The PIE News | International Education News

London, UK About Blog The PIE News is a media, recruitment and consultancy platform for Professionals in International Education. Subscribe us to keep up with News and business analysis for Professionals in International Education.
Frequency about 21 posts per week.
Since Oct 2011
Also in International Education Blogs
Website thepienews.com
Facebook fans 8,531. Twitter followers 14,094.

3. HEA Learning and Teaching Blog | Higher Education Academy

HEA Learning and Teaching Blog | Higher Education Academy

UK About Blog The Higher Education Academy (HEA) is the national body which champions teaching excellence. We work with governments, ministries, universities and individual academics in the UK, and around the globe. We provide value to the HE sector by focusing on the contribution of teaching as part of the wider student learning experience.
Frequency about 4 posts per week.
Since Jun 2012
Also in Education Blogs Uk
Website heacademy.ac.uk/blog
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 30,845.

4. The Guardian | Higher education

The Guardian | Higher education

London About Blog Follow us to keep up with latest news and articles on Higher Education from The Guardian, world’s leading liberal voice.
Frequency about 14 posts per week.
Since Jul 1998
Website theguardian.com/education/hi..
Facebook fans 7,977,453. Twitter followers 7,248,711.

5. HEPI | The Higher Education Policy Institute

HEPI | The Higher Education Policy Institute

UK About Blog The Higher Education Policy Institute was established in 2002 to shape the higher education policy debate through evidence. We are UK-wide, independent and non-partisan devoted exclusively to higher education.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Since Mar 2014
Website hepi.ac.uk/category/blog
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 9,060.

6. Critical Education | Public Interest Higher Education Journalism with a focus on finance

Critical Education | Public Interest Higher Education Journalism with a focus on finance

London About Blog This website is used for investigative work, much of which was picked up subsequently by mainstream and industry press. Much of its content has been devoted to student loans, the ‘RAB charge’ and private HE providers.
Frequency about 1 post per week.
Since Mar 2011
Website andrewmcgettigan.org
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 3,484.

7. SRHE | The Society for Research into Higher Education

SRHE | The Society for Research into Higher Education

London, UK About Blog The Society for Research into Higher Education is an independent and financially self-supporting international learned society, advancing the understanding of Higher Education through research and scholarship.
Frequency about 3 posts per month.
Since Jan 2014
Website srheblog.com
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 2,441.

8. Go Higher Blog | Opening doors to Higher Education

Go Higher Blog | Opening doors to Higher Education

Liverpool About Blog This blog is written by students and staff of Go Higher, Liverpool University’s unique one-year, part-time access Diploma for people aged 20 without the traditional entry qualifications for degree-level study. The programme has a long history of helping hundreds of talented individuals in to higher education, many of them people who had assumed that university was beyond their reach.
Frequency about 1 post per month.
Since Mar 2014
Website gohigher.org.uk
Facebook fans n/a. Twitter followers 495.

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