The University of Manchester awarded over half of its students a 2:1 in the 2016-17 academic year
A two-year degree plan has been promised to cut the cost of tuition fees
A BDS protest against the unethical investment of the University of Manchester in defence of Palestinian rights was cut short by six police officers
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.
UCU strike over pay unlikely to go ahead as only 7 institutions reach required turnout.
The mayor of Greater Manchester unveiled new plans to tackle growing mental health problems in Manchester’s universities
Hackett, who previously worked as Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Liverpool, has been criticised by the Liverpool Echo for his spending habits
The ISE (Institute of Student Employers) reports students who were educated in state schools are less represented in Britain’s top graduate schemes
Plans for a 55 storey skyscraper to house students in Manchester city centre were revealed last week by Student Castle
Women who went to university earn 28% more than the average female non-graduate
Tuition fees in the UK currently stand at £9,250 per year for home students, but the proposal has been met with both disapproval and agreement.
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
Research shows over 75% of people in the North-West would say they’re ‘fine’ even when suffering from a mental health issue
Data obtained by The Mancunion shows staff expenses being spent on luxuries such as private childcare, clothing, and entertainment.
This year’s main speaker at the inaugural Fanaroff Lecture was Dr Rob Adam, the Project Director of the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) in South Africa and former anti-Apartheid activist.
UK university bosses call for the criminalisation of essay mills after research suggests as many as one in seven students are using them