University students who have missed out on face-to-face graduation ceremonies due to Covid-19 could be more vulnerable to degree fraud.
The gap between poor students and their more affluent peers attending university has widened to its largest point for 12 years, new figures show.
Nearly half of students believe the pandemic has diminished their chances of getting a job, a report warns.
A student is calling on the Government to help people in full-time education cover funeral costs for relatives after she was forced into debt to pay for her father’s service.
The Government has failed to offer final-year university students entering a “severely depressed” jobs market any support, Labour has said.
Teenagers who obtain lower A-level grades after being given unconditional university offers are more likely to drop out of degree courses, the regulator has warned.
Universities must decolonise education by broadening their teaching to take into account a wider spectrum of views beyond a euro-centric approach in order to tackle a “silent crisis” on campuses, a report says.
British universities must reduce their reliance on tuition fees from China to protect their independence and long-term sustainability, a think tank has said.
Five student projects which demonstrated “great compassion” by innovating ideas to improve lives during the pandemic have been awarded a share of £2,500 from a north-east university.
Universities should justify their worth through a ranking system that assesses their impact on society to counteract the “corrosive narrative” that institutions are “disconnected ivory towers”, a report says.
Universities must do more to raise standards in schools to ensure students from all backgrounds “get to the finish line” on a degree that leads to a graduate job, a minister has said.
Universities have agreed a set of principles to tackle grade inflation and protect the value of qualifications following a rise in the proportion of top degrees awarded in recent years.
Skoda’s Student Car project has produced yet another striking concept – the Slavia.
An Aberdeen student association has launched an appeal to encourage businesses to welcome students.
Boris Johnson has told students that their efforts and “sacrifice” have helped save hundreds of thousands of lives amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Students in England who are unhappy with teacher-assessed grades will be able to take A-level exams in October and GCSE exams in November.
The target to send 50% of young people to university will be torn up and the Government will focus on building a “German-style” further education system, the Education Secretary has pledged.
The number of British school leavers applying to start degree courses this autumn has surged to a record high despite uncertainty amid the Covid-19 pandemic, Ucas figures suggest.
Universities need to look beyond “dodgy” A-level grades when they decide which students to admit next month, an independent schools chief has said.
Universities that appear “ideologically inward” when responding to the Black Lives Matter movement may aid critics who want to cut institutions “down to size”, a former minister has said.
Scepticism of universities has become the Tory party’s “new Euroscepticism” and it may lead to student number controls being in place for years to come, a former minister has suggested.
Around a dozen universities could be at risk of insolvency without a Government bailout amid the Covid-19 crisis, a new analysis suggests.
Too many young people have been “taken advantage of” and misled by the expansion of courses with no real demand from the labour market, the universities minister has said.
The number of prospective students who have accepted an offer to start on a degree course this autumn has risen despite disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Ucas figures suggest.
Black graduates are significantly less likely to be in full-time jobs after leaving university than their white peers, official figures show.
The Government should end the “hostile bureaucracy” facing overseas students and bring in a four-year post-study work visa to help universities overcome Covid-19 and Brexit, a former minister has said.
A “Help to Buy” scheme intended to help get young people on to the housing ladder is to be extended for a year, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
An Aberdeen politician has welcomed Scottish Government support for students struggling financially over the summer.
Fewer university students think they are getting their money’s worth because of the Covid-19 pandemic and industrial action, a survey suggests.
Students are being warned to watch out for a fresh wave of bogus tax refund emails – which often contain “scam warnings”.