University bosses and union officials have agreed to meet next week for talks in the latest stage of a bitter row over pensions.
University employers have insisted that they are open to talks in an ongoing bitter row over pensions, saying they have “never refused” to try and find a solution.
Students have joined university staff in Northern Ireland for the first day of strike action in a pensions dispute.
Jeremy Corbyn has sent “solidarity and thanks” to university workers as staff begin a month of walkouts in the latest stage of a bitter dispute over pensions.
Most students are in favour of having the same tuition fee for all degree courses, according to a study.
A shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school took the lives of 17 pupils on Wednesday. In their grief, teenagers, their parents, teachers and the families of those who lost loved ones quickly organised calls for tighter gun reform.
Theresa May will announce a sweeping review of post-18 education as she admits to serious concerns about a system that leaves the poorest students in England with the highest debt.
High interest rates on student loans are “questionable”, according to MPs, who have called for a major review of university funding to examine the issue.
Universities would struggle to provide a “world-class education” if tuition fees were cut, higher education bosses have warned.
The Government is expected to announce a review of the university funding system next week. Here are some of the key questions:
School leavers should be given £10,000 of taxpayers’ money to continue their education, a study suggests.
One in four students enrolled on engineering, computer science and maths higher education courses in 2016/17 were women, new figures show.
The number of people applying to university has dropped for the second year in a row.
A rise in the number of students applying to do degrees in Scotland has been hailed as a sign of the the “global reputation” of its universities.
Nine out of 10 new UK university students in 2016/17 were educated at state schools, figures show.
A joint project is set to launch at two North-east universities.
A students’ union is to review what adverts are sent out from its official email account after people received special offers for “skin rejuvenation” and “lip enhancements”.
Students have been caught cheating at North-east universities nearly 900 times in the last five years.
Volunteers are being sought for a historic and much-loved Aberdeen student parade.
A date has been confirmed for the return of the historic and much-loved Aberdeen student parade.
Thousands of students flocked to a city shopping centre for an exclusive annual evening of discount shopping.
A student safety campaign led by frontline police officers has kicked off in Aberdeen city centre and will continue until late September.
Nightclub and bars in the city centre have been put through their paces by police as the student influx into Aberdeen began.
Thousands of students are set to descend on Aberdeen over the next two weeks – and police want them to have fun but keep safe.
A new all-in-one student mobile phone application created by two Aberdeen uni graduates is to launch next month.
Concerns have been raised by residents of a city community after plans to turn a residential property into a pub were lodged.
An Aberdeen student association has criticised a consultation which it claims discriminates against students in the housing market.
University management students in Aberdeen have raised a five-figure sum for charities.
The man who turned a humble pineapple at an Aberdeen university’s art exhibition into a piece of Modern Art has been revealed today.
A social media campaign has been launched by a university to welcome new students to Aberdeen.