The British Council and THET are pleased to announce a third round of funding for the International Health Links Funding Scheme (IHLFS) IHLFS is offering project grants of up to £15,000 for one year to support existing links to develop and prepare a needs assessment, refine plans for a larger initiative or to pursue modest development programmes.
The report of the International Association of Universities (IAU) 3rd Global Survey on Internationalization of Higher Education is now available.
Universities UK announces Prof Eric Thomas, VC at the University of Bristol and Director on WUN's Partnership Board, as President for 2011-2013.
International scholars will gather this week for a major symposium hosted by the University of York focusing on the role of education in recovery and development of crisis-torn societies.
One of Western Australia’s top young scientists who has been instrumental in leading research towards a cure for Floppy Baby Syndrome, a paralysing disorder that affects thousands of infants worldwide, has won the inaugural Western Australia Young Tall Poppy Science Award.
The University of Sydney this week cements its role as a leader in the area of voice research with the official opening of the state-of-the-art Voice Research Laboratory at the Faculty of Health Sciences.
New research on how sharks see may help explain the relationship between other aquatic life and their environments and provide a benchmark for the health of our oceans.
A pre-school language intervention programme can significantly improve the educational lives of children with poorly developed speech and language skills, according to new research by psychologists at the University of York.
Researchers from across the world will come together at the University of Bristol to discuss past, present and future changes in sea levels and ice sheets, and the implications for human populations.
The 3rd International History Postgraduate Intensive, hosted by the University of Sydney, has brought postgraduate research students from WUN universities Sydney, Bristol and Leeds, together with peers from Harvard, Birkbeck College, the École Normale Supérieure, Oxford and Australian National University.
After hosting a successful spintronics symposium at the Shanghai Expo, the University of Sydney has been chosen as the venue for the 2011 Worldwide Universities Network Spintronics Conference. The event will be held in November next year and will bring some of the world's leading spintronics researchers to Sydney.
The University of Auckland has become the only New Zealand member of the Worldwide Universities Network, a network of leading universities focused on international research collaboration.