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SERIO in Times Higher Education


An article about how universities are positioning themselves in the emerging higher education marketplace, based on research by SERIO, features in today's Times Higher Education.

The piece draws on the Enterprising Universities project which SERIO are conducting in partnership with Teeside University. The study has found that many institutions are attempting to cover multiple areas of teaching, research and third-stream activity, rather than playing to particular strengths. With the opening up of the higher education market, these institutions may be vulnerable to a drop-off in student demand or attempts by new education providers to undercut prices.

Times Higher Education is the UK's leading higher education publication and has a weekly circulation of 28,000.

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