The average lecturer could lose £100,000 during the course of their retirement, under new plans
Former student with debts of thousands of pounds robs £20,000 of cash from store he used to work at
Judging by the colour, this wine was probably brewed in someone’s boot about a week ago
Charity praises public response and calls for more student participation
NUS promises to make law preventing student occupations ‘politically impossible’
‘The importance of particularly student-festive periods can not be underestimated for clubs which experience business cycles so closely linked to the student calendar.’
Last year the University of Manchester Students’ Union mandated The Mancunion to feature the stories of students at Al-Najah University, which our students’ union is twinned with. Al-Najah is based in Nablus, in the West Bank. The aim of this is to show the everyday experiences of students in the Palestinian territories. Here is an account given by student Sa’ed Abu Ayash.
Exclusive: Medical students will get the tablets as part of a pilot scheme, the first of its kind in the UK. Ruth Wildman, Khalil Secker and Emily Cant report.
Students on the masters course at Southampton are the first to be taught how to design unmanned aerial vehicles
Microsoft blocked all mail from university accounts for a week when an admin mistake left people with over 400 unwanted emails each
The Manchester Food and Drink Festival, hosting events aimed at foodies as well as those just wanting to grab a kebab and cheesy chips.
Academics will work unpaid and rely on donations for teaching resources
Is there anything this city doesn’t have?
Birmingham’s Vice President of Education is suspended after protest during Lib Dem conference
Asim Javed faces an indeterminate prison sentence for attacking two women in Fallowfield and Didsbury. Joshua Carroll, Catriona Gray, Duncan Jaycock and Hannah Tosh report