The Office of Fair Trading finds no evidence of non-competitive practices at universities, but says they urgently need to improve the quality of information that applicants receive.
In comparison to men, women with ‘resilience’ are much more likely to get a first or 2:1 in their first year than those without
Proposed change in the mark scheme could see students graded in a similar way to the American style of letter grades
Strike action has had “little or no impact” at most universities and protestors should focus on negotiating better pay deals for the 2014-15 period, says UCEA
More UK universities are starting their own Massive Open Online Courses to help more than their student body learn degree-level material.
Deborah Kermath, head caterer at Ashburne Hall, has beaten thousands of contestants to reach the finals BBC Radio 4’s Food and Farming Awards.
Reports of poor value for money, substandard teaching, and price fixing, may lead to university probe