In the last ten years, the number of top grades being awarded has jumped, amid concerns that so-called ‘grade inflation’ is lessening the value of degrees across the country
The new accommodation features 1,122 new student rooms in self-catered flats, and was opened by the University’s Vice-Chancellor, Dame Nancy Rothwell.
It’s thought a small number of students have been targetted
Student activists say the University has £11 million in fossil fuel companies
She’s been the Vice-Chancellor of UoM for nine years, so how does she think 2018/19 went?
One Officer spent 41% of the total Exec budget
The new system will change how students interact with reps, simplifying the feedback process
The University is the top-ranked in Europe, in a new table that focuses on social impact
Reslife, which is responsible for providing support and guidance to students in halls, could soon see part-time staff shed and 9 new full-time roles put in place as part of an internal restructure
Would you take £5 cash in hand to place on online bet?
Students and lecturers remember James Lincoln, who passed away in a tragic incident last week
UoM saw a 1% improvement on 2018’s results
They’re demanding UoM divest from all fossil fuel companies
Malik-Johnson only attended 12.5% of his meetings
Planned changes to ResLife Advisers, originally reported by The Mancunion last month, will now be delayed by a year until September 2020
The 12% gap means for every £10 a man earns, a woman earns £8.80 at the University
The week will attempt to spread awareness of the University’s investment in companies that arm Israel