With a total debt estimated at close to £1 Trillion, the U.K. Higher Edication sector could be in turmoil, especially with the threat of Brexit.
The parliamentary select committee has recommended the reversal of the policy that scrapped grants in 2016.
Oxford’s Chris Gosden has led calls to tackle the crippling uncertainty for UK Institutions
The ISE (Institute of Student Employers) reports students who were educated in state schools are less represented in Britain’s top graduate schemes
“A deal or no-deal Brexit is the biggest challenge facing higher education and the country”, says Sally Hunt.
London-based firm Leigh Day will challenge Lancaster over Consumer Rights Act
New report shows that just one in ten students attend a university over 150 miles from home
Nor are they “bastions of academic integrity”. The way we think about universities is outdated
A recent proposal put forward by Higher Education Minister, Sam Gyimah seeks to enforce that universities inform parents if their children are facing a crisis with regards to mental health. He wants universities to work in loco parentis, paying closer attention to the wellbeing of their students.
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
Big-name professors are being recruited in a ‘transfer-market’ like system, according to new research on the impact of government research rankings
Japan claims second-best for universities for the first time ever as the UK reputation diminishes in the face of a growing Asia.
A brand-new research network will form part of the University Mental Health Charter
“You can’t measure education like this”, says outgoing Education Officer Emma Atkins
Sweeping review of higher education funding branded a “superficial, and politically motivated retaliation” by students
Universities Minister, Jo Johnson MP, and MoneySavingExpert.com’s founder, Martin Lewis, criticise language used during student debt debates