With tuition fees on the rise in the UK, how are other European countries managing university costs for their students?
Leading academics have expressed their fears about what the UK leaving the European Union will mean for research and collaboration between universities
Grace Annesley-Mair reflects on the implications of the UK’s stance on the refugee crisis as international arms fairs continue to be held in London
Union Education Officer and 20 others made the journey to Greece during the snap elections which saw socialist coalition Syriza take power in Athens
Our elusive traveller ‘Pip Squeak’ on his stay in the picturesque Gardens of Versailles
A study has found that most European languages lack the technological support required to survive in the digital age
Riots in Britain and revolution abroad – it’s been a turbulent year in politics. Andrew Williams looks back, and asks what might be in store for the year ahead
With European leaders toppling left, right and centre, the Arab Spring has given way to the Mediterranean Autumn – and it’s nothing if not entertaining, writes Cat Hanson
In his true final piece of the year, Colm Lock lays out the case for Britain voting to leave in June
Ben Farren discusses how the EU’s neo-liberal, corporatist agenda has polluted the organisation to its very core
Guide to European festivals of 2015
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Tehseen Mirza presented the bill to MEPs, which will be voted on in the European Parliament
A pan-European health study has found greater health risks for Greater Manchester than the European average
Rob Fuller puts forward the case for Britain’s continued membership of the European Unon