The Education secretary has revealed plans to change the university admissions system, so that applicants are offered places based on their actual exam results rather than predicted grades. Gavin Williamson said the overhaul is being […]
How did the government get A-Levels so wrong?
Due to COVID-19, Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Education Secretary Gavin Williamson have announced that GCSE and A-level exams will not be taking place in England this summer. For year thirteen students whose conditional university […]
Sixth Formers across the country have received their A-Level results this morning, with 300,000 students finding out their grades. The results were released simultaneously to colleges nationwide by exams boards. As Clearing begins, the University […]
This week LS interviewed Toni Pearce, President of the NUS about the most important issues affecting students across the country. How did you feel about the recent lecturers’ strike? I think a really important thing […]
The University is trying to prevent another shortfall of students by recruiting more candidates who have made Leeds their first choice. Last year 500 places went unfilled due to the shortage of […]