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Creating a level playing field for job applicants

Perhaps, just as questions about age, gender preferences and politics have been made redundant (even illegal), job applicants should no longer be required to name where they studied and recruitment processes should have institutions’ names redacted from all applicants’ listed ...

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Do universities have a comparative advantage?

It is well established that like other entities, universities are in the business of identifying and developing competitive advantages in the marketplace for students and knowledge, based on capability, location, tradition and technology. Global rankings, although criticised, do provide some ...

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