UPSU have raised their concern about the NUS’ value for money for students
The University of Manchester awarded over half of its students a 2:1 in the 2016-17 academic year
A study by the Royal Historical Society recently found that less than 100 history professors working in the UK are from a black background.
A two-year degree plan has been promised to cut the cost of tuition fees
With a total debt estimated at close to £1 Trillion, the U.K. Higher Edication sector could be in turmoil, especially with the threat of Brexit.
The head of the OfS has said that universities should not be expected to be bailed out in times of financial difficulty.
Vice-Chancellors of five UK institutions have pledged to work with the Government to reduce carbon emissions
The Universities Minister has said that the soaring numbers of students graduating with first and upper second class degrees in the UK are ‘threatening’ their value
Universities are offering to remove grade requirements if students list them as their first choice
Women who went to university earn 28% more than the average female non-graduate
Just 40-45% of the annual tuition fee of £9,250 is spent on teaching, with the rest going to resources such as libraries and technology support.
The policy comes after the University of Manchester Students’ Union encouraged jazz hands over audible clapping in September
Speaking at Wonkfest higher education conference, Sir Michael Barber told listeners that “uncomfortable” learning was an essential part of the pursuit of the truth
The parliamentary select committee has recommended the reversal of the policy that scrapped grants in 2016.
The call comes after Glasgow University revealed it had been given up to £198 million in today’s money in donations from people who profited from the slave trade.
Oxford’s Chris Gosden has led calls to tackle the crippling uncertainty for UK Institutions