Higher Education Quarterly - SRHE Publication

Published by: Wiley
Frequency: Four issues per year
Print ISSN: 0951-5224
Online ISSN: 1468-2273

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Call for Editor-in-Chief applications

Wiley and the SRHE invite individuals to apply for the position of Editor-in-Chief Higher Education Quarterly (HEQU) taking over from Professor Tatiana Fumasoli from January 2024. The Editor-in-Chief will lead an editorial team of Associate Editors.

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Job Description

Higher Education Quarterly

Higher Education Quarterly occupies a critical space in promoting research into higher education policy and practice internationally. Its remit includes, for instance, institutional approaches to the student experience, management and leadership; system-wide issues such as student funding and widening participation; and international responses to global market environments. It places particular emphasis on comparative material as opposed to single institution or local case studies.

The journal is unique in bringing together issues arising from academic policy and practice and thereby serving a broadly based readership.

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Editor in Chief: Dr Tatiana Fumasoli
UCL Institute of Education, University College London

Associate Editor: Dr Jana Berg
German Center for Higher Education Research and Science Studies, Germany

Associate Editor: Dr Debananda Misra
Dr Debananda Misra, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India

Associate Editor: Dr João M. Santos
Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Portugal

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SRHE Member Savings

SRHE Members can receive an annual subscription to Higher Education Quarterly for £35.00, a significant saving over the publishers’ price.

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