The Education Transitions Network will look at how students moving to university can be better supported in the first year of their studies
A new study by the National Education Opportunity Network has revealed that white working-class males are the most underrepresented demographic at universities in England
Jasmine Taylor talks about the enlightening and empowering discussion on female pleasure run by Sexpression Manchester.
The Tutor Trust is just one of many charities helping disadvantaged pupils achieve their educational dreams
February marks the national education campaign, which will feature a theatrical performance at Manchester’s People History Museum
Sara Ascenso is the first of her kind in Higher Education, with her appointment coinciding with RNCM’s annual appeal focusing on mental health
Students from the University of Manchester are among those involved in a scheme to help pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds progress.
The organisation, which represents 7 million students across the country, might now have to borrow money against the building it owns and cut staff to remain financially viable
Sophia Ashby spoke to Cara Thompson about hair politics, femininity and why only some afros are acceptable.
“Radical” methods are needed to ensure universities meet diversity targets.
During a speech at the University and College Union (UCU) conference, Angela Rayner set out a series of policy steps that would allow for further intervention regarding how universities are run
Georgia Hickey talks to Laina Cores about the upcoming Sex Week, aimed at educating and empowering people about their sexuality.
The chance to graduate earlier through an accelerated degree programme will come at the cost of higher fees per year
Olivia Stringer suggests we need to begin to educate children on the impacts of eating meat in order to work towards a more sustainable future.
SHAG is a website and platform aimed at creating a safe space for sexual expression. It merges art with important conversations, increasing awareness of sexual experiences – both good and bad.
Maurits Bekkers argues that the logic behind teaching the supposedly differently wired brains of boys and girls in single-sex schools ignores that there is more to gain from school than academic achievement
Ellie Martin chats to Robogals about the importance of helping girls in STEM and why you should get involved in a CV-boosting, exciting project like theirs