Updated 6:54am 25 May 2013
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The head of the University of Birmingham earned nearly £420,000 last year - a seven per cent increase on the year before.Read
Environmental campaigner Jonathon Porritt has called on the higher education sector to lead the way on sustainability as he was installed as Keele University’s new chancellor.Read
Midland physicists have come up with an equation that explains and predicts the shape of a ponytail.Read
The West Midlands could be set for another Sikh ethos free school after parents and teachers revealed proposals for a new school for four to 19-year-olds.Read
A new facility at Birmingham Airport aimed at making science and technology more attractive to children has been launched by Business Secretary Vince Cable.Read
Midland universities insisted young people had not been put off applying by the Government’s decision to triple tuition fees – despite a dramatic drop in numbers.Read
A global alliance has been formed between two universities on opposite sides of the Earth to help better equip Midland students for careers in a globally integrated market.Read
The number of UK students applying to start university this autumn has slumped by nearly 9%, official figures show.Read
Education in Birmingham could enter a new era after the University of Birmingham announced proposals to create a pioneering secondary school and sixth form.Read
Three Midland universities are to receive around £4.5 million for research in bio sciences to meet international economic and social changes.Read
Teenagers across the region have proved they are a class act within another successful year for GCSE and A-levels.Read
Ten thousand extra secondary school places are needed to cope with Birmingham’s rising birth rate, it has emerged.Read
Leading independent schools have called for Government funding to help them open their doors to pupils of all backgrounds.Read
Birmingham’s historic links between industry and education could be repeated with a new type of university, Government minister David Willetts has claimed.Read
They were a band of African-American airmen who fought for the freedom to take to the skies during the Second World War.Read
A plan to turn a, historic university campus into a college for overseas students has been branded “vandalism” by Birmingham city councillors.Read
A directly-elected mayor of Birmingham should help decide the school curriculum to ensure pupils are learning the skills local employers need, according to a potential candidate.Read
The University of Warwick has missed out on its bid to build a campus in New York.Read
The deadline for getting your application to university in is fast approaching - Sunday 15th January is when all the personal statements and choices need to be made.
Behind the door of a terrace house is the last place you’d expect to find a secondary school.Read
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