Despite tripling tuition fees, poorer students continue to apply for undergraduate courses
Public spending on education is declining at a faster rate than at any time since the 1950s, while countries like China and the United States invest heavily in higher education. According to the Institute for Fiscal Studies education spending will decline by as much as 13 percent in real terms in the years 2010-11 to […]
Green campaigner Gayle O’Donovan’s untimely death shocks the environmental movement
Ucas report that rising university fees have not had a disproportionate effect on the applications of more disadvantaged groups
Well, that went fast didn’t it? The first semester is almost at an end. Many of you will be studying abroad next year, beginning a whole new chapter in your university life. Looking back now I wish I had been more active and had spent six months overseas. You’ll be back next September with stories […]
Bristol students who will no longer be elligible for a bursary under new proposals are being encouraged to support themselves by finding a job.
A series of violent attacks by masked men in Leeds have left ten hospitalized.
The Vice Chancellor of the University of Manchester has stated that the coalition government hasn’t thought of the impact of fee rises on postgraduate study
Why precious metals are an increasingly lucrative investment and how students can get in on the action.
Criminals spent six months digging a tunnel to a cash machine in Fallowfield to find only £6,000
Manchester Museums receive grant to expand their volunteer programs while others lose government support
A new multi-million pound cancer research facility in Withington is held up over concerns about a staff car park
Manchester city centre was filled with over 25,000 striking public sector workers on November 30th, protesting against the planned changes to their pensions.