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Trump settles lawsuit against Trump University

The US President-elect, Donald Trump, has settled a lawsuit brought by students against Trump University for £25 million. Trump U has faced widespread ...

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Brexit decisions will not affect funding for EU students in the UK

The government has reassured worried EU students that they will still receive financial support to study in the UK. As an ambiguous Brexit ...

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Trump settles lawsuit against Trump University

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Liveblog: 2016 US Presidential Election

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Brexit decisions will not affect funding for EU

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Trump settles lawsuit against Trump University

Donald Trump has bailed out his controversial University, Trump U, out of a £25 million lawsuit

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Liveblog: 2016 US Presidential Election

The USA are deciding whether they elect Democrat Hilary Clinton, or Republican Donald Trump, as their next President

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Brexit decisions will not affect funding for EU students in the UK

In spite of doubts cast by Brexit, EU students have been reassured by the British government that they will still be eligible for funding at UK Universities

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Manchester is tenth most expensive city for students

Manchester has been announced the tenth most expensive city to study in, but with the rise of competitive institutions, will the University continue to attract prospective students?

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Experts fear that Brexit will push EU academics out of the UK

Britain may lose many EU national academics in the post-referendum negotiations, causing serious strain on British academic institutions

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“Wait and See” if Erasmus+ will last

Education Secretary Justine Greening was unable to confirm whether the Erasmus+ programme will remain a possibility for students in the UK post-Brexit

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Oxford Vice-Chancellor expresses Brexit worries

Prof Louise Richardson said “the fabric of the institution would be undermined” if uncertainty following the referendum caused numbers of EU students to fall

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‘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

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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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TEDxUniversityofManchester – Infinite Possibilities

TEDxUniversity of Manchester returned with the theme of Infinite Possibilities on Saturday, with a host of inspirational and lauded speakers and live performers

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Student activist forms new democracy party in Hong Kong

Wong gained public recognition through ‘the umbrella movement’ and seeks to protest the One Country, Two Systems policy with his newly-formed party

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Brexit would create ‘a huge problem’ for HE in Europe, warn academics

Leading academics have expressed their fears about what the UK leaving the European Union will mean for research and collaboration between universities