Universities are offering to remove grade requirements if students list them as their first choice
Researchers found that data indicates BME university applicants are disproportionately rejected a place at university in comparison to similarly-qualified white peers
Rising numbers of successful EU applicants and the lifting of the cap on intake has seen more than 400000 successful applicants this A-level results day
As part of our Welcome Week Education Special, David Brierley tells us why he thinks the failure of A-levels and standardised testing makes university a more exciting opportunity.
We are all told what to expect before starting uni, but just how much of it is true?
On the eve of A-level results day, a study finds that some A-Level choices are keeping poorer students out of elite universities
Iraqi-born Hassan al-Sherbaz has lived in the UK half his life, attended both primary and secondary school in this country, but has been told he must pay full international fees if he wants to study Chemical Engineering at Imperial College