Master’s student Luqman Onikosi faces deportation back to Nigeria where he will not receive critical Hepatitis B treatment
Luke Williams argues we need to look at other education alternatives to university when people leave school
Accoding to the Association of Colleges, Britain has made a mistake in not investing in professional and technical education
Hundreds of jobs are at stake as the Open University proposes closures of seven centres around the UK
Policy Exchange, a leading think tank, has proposed cuts to Higher Education grant funding, with the funds to be redirected to further education
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
Charlotte Green argues that attributing life choices down to economic need not only devalues women’s decisions to sexually empower themselves, but also undermines the concept of female self-determination
Gender gap in university intake needs ‘urgent focus’, says UCAS chief
High university fees could damage our economy and society by “locking people out of the skills of the future”, says Labour Leader.
The government will be shifting the responsibility for paying for equipment, support workers & travel costs for disabled students to universities
A new wave of harsh cuts to HE institutions’ funding has left academics in financial uncertainty and fear. Many are struggling to pay for their homes and even food
Students and the higher education sector have expressed concern after the government revealed a green paper, which suggests deep and wide ranging changes to the higher education sector
Self-made businessman Theo Paphitis speaks of the strengths of avoiding university and forging your own way
The Office of Fair Trading finds no evidence of non-competitive practices at universities, but says they urgently need to improve the quality of information that applicants receive.