In light of the recent Hartlepool by-election result, Alex Howe analyses why Labour is losing support.
In March last year, the government’s decision to cancel GCSE and A-level exams cast a looming uncertainty over UK students – how would grades be awarded? Would qualifications be awarded at all? Whilst 2020 students […]
How did the government get A-Levels so wrong?
Molly Tudor reflects on what the A Level Results Scandal has changed for future students and universities
Following the successful implementation of a “safety net” regulation at a number of UK universities, a petition has been created for the same to be considered at the University of Leeds. The safety net will […]
Cambridge Students have decisively rejected a plan to put an end to the “wailing wall” of exam results, a 300 year old tradition which publicly publishes the grades of named students. A student referendum revealed […]
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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 […]
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 […]