The education secretary has said the higher education sector should 'get its house in order'
Government ministers have announced changes to student visas, reversing a policy implemented in 2012
The brother of the prime minister has dramatically resigned from the cabinet over Brexit
Jo Grady, general secretary of the University and College Union, said the USS members she represents feel ‘defiant’
The UCU general secretary said universities 'passed up an opportunity to bring us back from the brink'
After banning an LGBT group in 1993, the SU has apologised to the students and offered them a lifetime membership
Under Labour's plan, students will apply to higher education after receiving their A-level results in a bid to reduce inequality and ‘conditional unconditional’ offers
The pledge is one of a number of bold initiatives announced by the provider as it pledges zero carbon emissions by 2025
Alison Johns, Advance HE’s chief executive, said the winners were ambassadors for the higher education sector
The post held by Anne Milton, who resigned last week over the election of Boris Johnson, will not be filled by the new government
Clare Marchant, chief executive of Ucas, said the organisation was ready to work with the OfS and UUK 'on their respective upcoming admissions practice reviews'
Having been suspended since November 2018, Prof Richard Davies was dismissed with immediate effect
Chris Skidmore, who occupied the post for eight months, has been promoted to minister for health in the new government
Keele University comes second with six nods in total
The provider became aware of the cyberattack on Friday and was working to secure its systems
UUK chief executive says admissions should remain in the hands of universities but must 'build greater levels of transparency, trust and public understanding'
New OfS figures reveal that 29% of graduates last year received a first-class honours degree
Vice-chancellor Stuart Croft admits the university 'made some mistakes' and vows to implement the findings of an independent review
Applicants under the age of 21 worldwide rise for the first time since 2016, while UK figures waver
A freedom of information request from the University and College Union revealed the proportion of staff employed on what it describes as “insecure contracts”
Leicester's DMU agrees to stringent action plan and releases public statement following departure of vice-chancellor and governors
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