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NUS calls on the Co-operative to Stop Funding Hate

The Co-operative Group is a valued commercial partner of NUS, and they share many of our values - now we're asking them to withdraw their advertising funds from papers that propagate hate. Since late last...

RICS launches global competition to solve problems facing the world’s expanding cities

The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) has launched a global competition in partnership with the UK National Commission (UNESCO) and the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) - known as the Cities for our...

British students seduced by financial and cultural rewards of studying overseas

Almost half (44%) of students believe that they are more likely to get a higher paid job if they study abroad Only 14% are confident that studying in the UK sets them up...

What does the university application fall mean for the student rental market?

The number of people applying for UK higher education courses in 2017 has fallen by more than 25,000 (4%) compared to last year. The decline in university applications follows the announcement that university fees will...

PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENTS BENEFIT FROM PROFESSIONAL EXPERTISE TO TAKE THEM INTO THE FUTURE

Students from a specialist northern arts school have had their portfolios examined as part of their final degree work by four leading photography professionals on a special visit to the north east. 19 final year...

Scotland faces severe accommodation shortage for university students on campus

Scotland has a “clear problem” with providing accommodation for university students on campus, an MSP has claimed. Green Mark Ruskell called on the Scottish Government to hold a summit of university accommodation providers and...

Kingston University multicultural dance troupe impress judges to secure second place at national Bollywood...

A multicultural group of Kingston University dancers fought off competition from teams across the country to secure second place in a nationwide Bollywood dance event. The Kingston Khalnayaks is a 19-strong team made up of...

Student debt for the poorest students is hugely worrying

A new report issued by the Institute For Fiscal Studies has offered some worrying analysis around social mobility in the UK and within universities. A survey conducted by Educating All, a programme focused on...

Students evacuated from home as fuse box under stairs catches fire less than a...

A house full of students had to be evacuated after a fire broke out under the stairs less than a mile from the blaze at the University of Bristol. Firefighters were call to the three-storey...

Scottish uni’s attack ‘immoral’ essay cheat companies

Companies that sells plagiarised essays to students are "immoral", Scottish universities have said. Last year it emerged that more than 20,000 students are buying professionally-written essays every year at universities across the UK. Whilst...
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