Broad figures may help, says Prospects HE chief, but they fail to give the full picture
Minister for education takes higher education providers with ‘damaging’ dropout rates to task
The Royal Statistical Society releases ‘technical concerns’ over the education benchmark, claiming ‘students are being misled’
As rumours gather about delays in Whitehall, Alistair Jarvis sets out criteria against which to judge Philip Augar's report
Gambling Commission teams up with National Union of Students to prompt providers to do more to raise awareness of dangerous trend
Andrew Wilkinson, CEO, Schools and Universities Sodexo UK & Ireland shares a 4-step plan to help acclimatise new students to student life
Sian Duffin, student support manager at Arden University, advises on simple steps to initiate mental health support
What can universities do to manage this dramatic upsurge in demand for mental health support?
Powerful image pays tribute to students lost to suicide for University Mental Health Day
Almost 3,000 university students give their take on Brexit and what that means for their future career options
Figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency show that the proportion of state-educated pupils at UK universities has fallen for the first time in eight years
If university managers can start to implement good degree courses in engineering studies of all types, they will in all probability see strong demand for them from students.
Technology offers the flexibility to use a combination of tools and methods to help students absorb new information and efficiently learn. In today’s digital age, technology offers many powerful learning tools for teachers to use in classrooms and also for students to study with on their own.
London College of Contemporary Arts’ first UK university partnership delivers management degrees validated by the University of East London
Bishop Grosseteste University’s new PG Cert seeks to keep students abreast of change in an ever-evolving health service
Discover why Manchester Student Homes feels it offers a unique approach to supporting students off campus
The Report: UCAS’s latest report on unconditional offers reveals some worrying insight into this fast-growing trend, discovers Cathy Parnham
Forty-seven school students from across the country have won places at 33 different institutions, including Harvard, Princeton, Yale and Columbia through the Sutton Trust US Programme.
New research conducted by the Office for Students highlights concerns over the increasing trend for unconditional offers, with 111,700 offered in 2018 compared to just 3,000 in 2013.
A survey conducted by the Scholarship Hub found that a similar proportion of grandparents are also contributing financially
As part of a strategy to connect the University of Cumbria's campus environments together and deliver a truly digital offering to its students, it implemented Collabco’s myday digital campus
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