The University of Leeds has become the most recent university to introduce a grade ‘safety net’ for students, in light of the Coronavirus pandemic. Yesterday afternoon the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Student Education, Tom Ward, […]
As the novel coronavirus spread around the world, affected millions of the people’s lives, and forced Universities and schools to shut down across the country, the Government has claimed it is striving to do all […]
Several weeks into lockdown and with most of the editorial team having moved back home for the time-being, there’s one group of individuals who have certainly enjoyed everyone being stuck at home with no choice but to take them on walks and cuddle them all day long.
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During the UCU strikes last semester, a group of striking staff at the University of Leeds hosted a teach-out, inviting students to discuss the possibility of setting up a student-staff coalition for the climate. While […]
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 […]
Vice-chancellors of UK universities have said to the government they are not able to completely shut down if the coronavirus outbreak worsens. This is due to the thousands of students who would be left with […]
The University of Leeds has made the decision to transition to full online teaching and learning from Monday 27th April, the date students were due to return from the Easter holidays break. This decision was […]
Announced on University Mental Health Day, the Government has pledged a £1 million funding to benefit students at risk of developing a mental health condition. The money is provided by the Department for Health and […]
University students are increasingly facing overcrowded classrooms and encouraged to use online services to keep up with lectures. Institutions in Manchester, Nottingham and Lancaster are running out of seats for people paying full tuition fees, […]
University College London is the first of all Russell Group universities to introduce a ban on close relationships between staff and students. The policy, accessible through the university’s website, cites that employees shouldn’t engage in […]
Thursday 20th of February will mark the first in fourteen days of strike action spread over four weeks taken by the country’s largest Higher-Education union, University and College Union (UCU). UCU will be calling on […]
The number of state school pupils gaining undergraduate places at Oxford University has risen to a record-breaking figure of 70% for the next academic year. While this would appear commendable by many, key figures from […]