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If the current rate of increase stays the same, fees could hit £10,000 by 2020. Photo: Pixabay

Universities announce fees of over £9,000 before government approval

Even before official approval that universities may set tuition fees above the current £9,000 cap, some higher education institutions have already announced ...

Photo: Daniel Austin

'Running for their lives': A Manchester student on the horrors of the Nice attack

“This is the most relaxed place I’ve been to. It’s just so laid back. Nobody here has a care in the world.” I ...

Protesters march in May in protest of unfair accommodation fees. Photo: Oscar Webb

UCL Cut The Rent achieves £1 million concession

Rent strikers at University College London have won a landmark victory, securing a concession of more than £1 million by the university ...

If the current rate of increase stays the same, fees could hit £10,000 by 2020. Photo: Pixabay

Universities announce fees of over £9,000 before government

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Photo: Daniel Austin

'Running for their lives': A Manchester student on

Posted on Jul 18, 2016 2
Protesters march in May in protest of unfair accommodation fees. Photo: Oscar Webb

UCL Cut The Rent achieves £1 million concession

Posted on Jul 7, 2016 3
If the current rate of increase stays the same, fees could hit £10,000 by 2020. Photo: Pixabay

Universities announce fees of over £9,000 before government approval

Students about to begin their applications to go to university in 2017 may be faced with fees of more than the current £9,000 cap

Photo: Daniel Austin

‘Running for their lives’: A Manchester student on the horrors of the Nice attack

University of Manchester student Daniel Austin, on his year abroad in Nice, tells the horror of his experience of the attack on the Promenade des Anglais on Bastille Day, which left 85 dead and hundreds injured

Protesters march in May in protest of unfair accommodation fees. Photo: Oscar Webb

UCL Cut The Rent achieves £1 million concession

Following a five-month rent strike in protest of extortionate student accommodation, UCL students have secured promises of bursaries and rent freezes

Photo: tomascarvalho @Flickr

Brexit begins to take its toll on British research

The uncertainty surrounding Britain’s status within the EU has led to research at British universities reportedly taking a hit only a fortnight after the referendum

Michael on the evening of the 2016 Exec elections. Photo: The Mancunion

Emma Atkins replaces Michael Spence as Education Officer

After a “period of reflection” the 2015/16 officer stepped down and has been replaced by the second place candidate

Oikonomou's company hopes to revolutionise energy system efficiency. Photo: National Graphene Institute

Manchester graphene start-up wins Royal Society prize

Former Manchester Ph.D. student Antonios Oikonomou has already won £50,000 through the Eli & Britt Harari competition to develop Eksagon

Photo: Manchester Metropolitan University

Mandelson officially takes up MMU Chancellorship

“Lord of Darkness” Peter Mandelson began his term as the official figurehead of the university at the beginning of April this year

Professor Withers, Dame Nancy Rothwell, and John Penrose MP. Photo: University of Manchester

Manchester receives prestigious royal award

For its successes in Materials research, the University of Manchester has been awarded one of 12 Regius Professorships to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday

Photo: gigijin @Flickr

Manchester drops out of top 30 in Guardian rankings

The Guardian’s 2017 league tables saw all three satisfaction rankings rise for Manchester, though it dropped two places to number 31

Photo: Global Development Institute

Justine Greening speaks to staff & students at Global Development Institute

The Secretary of State for International Development visited the university last week to consult with experts on how to tackle economic gender inequality across the world

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Academics to walk out over “insulting” pay levels

Staff will stage a strike next Thursday and Friday as well as refusing to work overtime or set extra work from the 25th onwards

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Results of Royall anti-Semitism inquiry released

The recommendations following an inquiry into allegations of anti-Semitism within the Oxford University Labour Club have been released