New research reveals that Welsh universities create 1 in 20 jobs in Wales, alongside significant economic benefits for communities.
Fifty years, two million students, one radical idea
As The Open University celebrates its 50th Birthday, Louise Casella argues that it is more relevant and necessary than ever
Earning Potential: What Welsh Graduates Can Expect
Dafydd Trystan and Hugh Jones provide an analysis of new data that paints a detailed picture linking university courses to median graduate salaries
Apprenticeships in Wales: a matter of degrees
Kieron Rees argues degree apprenticeships are essential to Wales’ future success
What does Brexit mean for the future of Welsh universities?
Joe Crombie considers the implications of Brexit on Welsh Universities
Welsh Government’s £31m brain drain subsidy
Heini Gruffudd argues that we should stop subsiding those who choose to study outside the country
Welsh universities raise the white flag
Geraint Talfan Davies sees hope for more rational change in the higher education sector in Wales
The arm’s length principle still a live issue
Geraint Talfan Davies sees relevance in an old principle in the both arts and education