Inside Higher Ed acquired by Times Higher Education


As journalists, we regularly say that we need to report the information, not be the information. We are making an exception immediately to announce that Inside Higher Ed has been acquired by Times Higher Education (THE), the world’s main supplier of upper schooling information, information and insights.

We are thrilled to be formally becoming a member of forces with THE after years of collaboration. As many readers know, we often publish articles from Times Higher Education to offer our readers further perspective on worldwide greater schooling. This acquisition is a continuation of our present partnership, and we’re excited in regards to the prospect of bringing collectively our distinctive strengths and experience.

We know the burning query in your thoughts: “What about the orange?”

Our signature colour isn’t going wherever. Inside Higher Ed will proceed to function independently underneath our present model. We’ll profit from THE’s strategic help and monetary assets, in addition to its 5 a long time’ expertise devoted to greater schooling, together with the in depth information factors collected from universities globally.

We anticipate that this acquisition will permit us to be simpler than ever at informing you about greater schooling whereas additionally increasing our means to supply instruments that can assist you do your job even higher.

It was vital to us as Inside Higher Ed’s founders and editors that any potential purchaser be a robust strategic associate, and we have now discovered that in THE. It is a company that shares our values and our mission to assist faculty and college school members and directors—and the world—make sense of upper schooling.

As at all times, our journalism stays unbiased, and we’ll proceed to supply considerate, substantive evaluation on the urgent points dealing with greater schooling immediately.

Though a lot will stay the identical for now, the long run is vivid for Inside Higher Ed.

We will stay as core members of the Inside Higher Ed group and look ahead to being a part of its subsequent chapter. We encourage you to study extra about THE right here. Thank you to your ongoing help and readership. Feel free to ship us your questions, ideas and feedback to [email protected].

—Doug and Scott