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
Ice hockey ace, Adam Long, also represented his country at the 2017 event
Kooth Student, an anonymous online counselling service, is offered to students at Leeds Beckett University
Directing your students to graduate outcomes is key to achieving better retention
A report by Explorance finds that that UK universities are having to take a more robust approach to course and module evaluation
The University of Sunderland’s Enterprise Place hosts the European Regional Development Fund scheme
Ensuring today’s students are job and book smart is essential, says Dr Nadine Page, senior research fellow at Hult International Business School
Keri Beckingham finds out how universities are attracting and retaining today’s students
Giving young people an early taste of university life can broaden social diversity in our elite institutions, says Harry Hortyn
We need more cohesion, says Kevin Rogers, as he examines how and why universities should be responding to the mental health agenda
Russell Group university acceptance hit the headlines when the Sutton Trust published Access to Advantage. How should institutions respond?
Sticking plasters or new collaborative ways of working? Guy Daly discusses how we can tend to the UK’s future nursing workforce
The university will cease making unconditional offers to all applicants from this September, unless they already hold their qualifications
New research conducted by the Office for Students reveals worrying research on the impact of a growing trend for unconditional offers
SPONSORED: Malcolm Paice, Managing Director of Keystone Talent Bank, explains how modern technology can accelerate an institution’s drive to nurture, develop and retain their student talent
Thirty-eight per cent of first-year students want more help with independent learning as they make the transition from school to university, according to a new report, Student Voices, just published by HE service provider Cengage
Students from the wealthiest families can avoid paying 6.3% in interest on student loans, by paying upfront, according to brand-new research by the Intergenerational Foundation
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