Eurovision 2023: Sweden makes history whilst the UK repeats it
Eurovision 2023 saw Sweden make history on multiple fronts whilst the UK, the host country, found itself back at the bottom
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from the grand final
Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of the grand final – here’s what to expect!
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 2
Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 2 – here’s what to expect!
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 1
Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 1 – here’s what to expect!
Opinion: We want to help … at our convenience
Alexander Seow explores how the Afghan crisis has exacerbated that of refugees, and asks if EU nations and the US can’t do more to help.
Brexit puts UK’s future participation in Horizon and Erasmus+ under serious threat
Disputes over the transition period threaten Britain’s future in Erasmus+ and Horizon, a former EU commissioner warns
Poorer students less likely to attend prestigious universities
Students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds tend to attend universities less prestigious than their richer counterparts, even if they have achieved similar grades
Korean embassy officer gives speech at SU
The talk was popular with UK students looking to gain a working holiday visa in Korea
Album Review: GREY Area by Little Simz
Contributor Dylan James reviews Little Simz’s third studio album GREY area which was released earlier this March
UoM inside top 30 in latest QS University rankings, amid Brexit warning
QS director of rankings Ben Stower warns that UK success in the rankings depends on their Erasmus partnerships
UCU Ballot results in no strike, as turnout falls below threshold again
For the second time in four months, the required 50% threshold to cause strike action was not reached
Will banknotes save the UK’s most endangered species?
Online lender Quick Quid has ‘redesigned’ some UK bank notes with endangered animals on to raise awareness about conservation
Jailed academic returns home from UAE after receiving pardon
Matthew Hedges returns home from the UAE where he was accused of being a spy
Most are willing to change their consumption habits to tackle climate change
Research from the University of Manchester shows the consumers are willing to change their consumption habits to combat climate change.
Young people and ethnic minorities positive about UK Universities
Universities UK found that 70% of people agree that the UK has some of the best universities in the world
Debt crisis on the horizon for UK higher education
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.
University of Manchester climbs 27 places in rankings of world’s most innovative university
The University of Manchester has placed 53rd in Reuters’ list of the world’s most innovative universities, surging 27 places on last year.
University bosses call for ban on essay mills
UK university bosses call for the criminalisation of essay mills after research suggests as many as one in seven students are using them
Zero greenhouse gases by 2050?
An ambitious report by the Royal Academy of Engineering and Royal Society states that the UK could become carbon-neutral by 2050.