For the first time ever, a university from outside the United States has topped the Times Educational Supplement's annual ranking.
As the world of work changes, so too must universities. This is what they might look like very soon.
A new report says that 11.5 million of the 11.6 million jobs in the US created during the post-2008 recovery went to workers with at least some college education.
New research looks at the factors behind new graduates' choice of location.
Shirley Ann Jackson, the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate from MIT, on how education needs to break down the walls between disciplines
A brief look at speech highlights going back through the tenure of three Fed chairs shows just how common this speech-giving is.
U.S. News & World Report ranks the best online MBA programs in the country based on five categories.
These are some of the most inspiring graduation speeches of the past 20 years.
An analysis of graduate salaries by subject to show which masters result in the biggest pay boost over just doing a bachelors degree.
Millennials should do a cost-benefit analysis before taking the leap into further education, writes Lux Alptraum.
A new study highlights the pay gap between male and female graduates studying the same subjects.
As well as being divisible only by one and themselves, primes are unlikely to end in the same digit as the previous prime number.
Research suggests that graduates may be leaving higher education lacking a key skill.
QS has released its ranking of all the best universities in the world by subject and region.
A look at which European universities provide the best education in economics and econometrics based on data from QS' latest ranking.