Times relaunching education supplement

LONDON - The Times Higher Education Supplement will relaunch on 10 January with a new website, plus a full-colour magazine format, with a new name - Times Higher Education.

The word "supplement" has been dropped from the title to recognise the fact that the publication is no longer a supplement of another title, nor owned by News International, but part of an independent publishing group.

 

The revamped title will offer new features including a research section, expanded coverage of appointments and promotions in the sector, plus a revamped book review section.The new website will merge the old Times Higher Education Supplement jobs website with the editorial site and will, for the first time, be entirely free. It will also provide distinct teaching, career and legal advice that will not appear in the publication.

The publication's parent company TSL Education has invested £2m in the changes, which are aimed to make the paper more accessible.

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