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97% Of UK Universities Will Offer In-Person Teaching From September

97% of institutions will provide some in-person teaching to students at the start of term this year, a Universities UK (UUK) poll of 92 universities has revealed. The survey also found that 87% are actually...

Coronavirus: NUS launches ‘mass action’ for lockdown students

The National Union of Students (NUS) wants debt relief and compensation for students who have faced disruption since universities closed their doors. England's universities minister wants students to complain to universities. But NUS President Zamzam Ibrahim...

Pride in London calls for 30,000 ‘Acts of Allyship’ with launch of new digital...

The campaign, part of Pride in London's 2020 theme You!Me!Us!We!, will provide resources on how to be a better ally, as well as enabling people to directly make a tangible difference to marginalised groups...

Over A Third Of School Leavers Now Unsure About Going To University

Over a third of students have been left wondering whether it’s worth going to university at all as a result of uncertainties surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. A study of 1,000 college and sixth-form pupils found...

Almost a quarter of prospective university students fear that the university they wish to...

Almost a quarter (23%) of prospective university students fear that the university they wish to study at this year could go bust because of the Covid-19 crisis, warns a UCU survey of prospective university...

Students content to lockdown at home

As the global pandemic forced universities and colleges up and the down the country to close their doors in March, hundreds of thousands of university students across the UK moved home to be with...

Campus lock-out prompts College and Sixth Form students to ditch plans for starting Uni

One in five students say they won’t go to university if they can’t start on campus in September Over half have changed their plans for next year due to anxiety about making plans...

Students join the frontline to help NHS approved pharmacy meet patient demand

Aspiring pharmaceutical professionals, 16-year-old Har-Saivak Singh and 19-year-old Nirmal Kaur have stepped up to support the busy pharmacy located in Bedford town centre, by helping the Smarta Healthcare team in the dispense and delivery...

Stressed students facing worrying sleep problems, with one in five students getting less than...

New research reveals worrying sleep issues amongst UK students, with stress and anxiety found to be a leading impact on sleep News comes as university students face increased levels of stress and anxiety...

University of Bath leads campaign to help disadvantaged school students overcome ‘Digital Divide’

The University of Bath is coordinating a campaign to help disadvantaged students access the relevant technology to continue their schooling online during the Covid-19 pandemic. Students aged 16-19 currently have limited support to help them...
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