There is “no negotiation” on prioritising student mental health, the universities minister has told vice chancellors across England.
Calls for the reintroduction of a post-study work visa have been renewed after a report concluded it should be easier for foreign graduates to stay in the UK to work.
From social media faux pas to graffiti daubed on the side of a car in ketchup, students have found imaginative ways to get themselves hauled before university bosses.
University students have been investigated tens of thousands of times for misconduct during a three-year period, from serious assault, threats of violence and sexual offending to more trivial offences – including eating the vice-chancellor’s sandwich.
Universities need to step up and get involved in the Brexit debate as they have a critical role to play in the UK’s future, a Government minister has said.
As universities begin to contemplate a new year, a group of academics are returning to the lecture hall with tales of teaching students overseas during the summer break.
A hacking group linked to Iran may have targeted British universities as part of a campaign to steal student credentials, cyber security experts have said.
A record number of students have found degree courses through Clearing this year, figures show.
Fewer students have been accepted on degree courses at UK universities this year, initial figures show.
Sixth-formers across the country are today waking up to their A-level results in the wake of major exam reforms, with around one in four entries expected to be awarded the highest grades.
It’s the day of recognition, and maybe your results are not quite what you hoped for – or maybe they are better than expected.
As A-level results day approaches, here, with help from Ucas, we answer the key questions around Clearing, based on some of the most common Google searches on the subject in the UK last year.
The number of applications for foreign language degrees has plummeted in the last decade, figures show.
Top A-level pass rates could drop this year in part due to the soaring numbers of unconditional degree offers handed out by universities, it has been suggested.
Students searching for a last-minute degree place on A-level day are likely to find a buyers’ market with tens of thousands of courses still available, figures indicate.
Soaring numbers of teenagers are being given guaranteed degree places, sparking warnings that the credibility of the university system is being undermined and students’ futures put at risk.
Universities should look at A-level grades alongside background information about potential students when making offers, to give all young people fair access to higher education, according to a watchdog.