The morning after the night before: the science.
Why we feel homesick and what we can do about it.
Freshers’ Week isn’t always as fun as it’s made out to be. It can be a difficult, emotional time. Helena Smith gives advice that all Freshers need to hear.
With an operating deficit of £11 million due to charges relating to USS pensions and likely significant losses in international student fee income, The Gryphon concludes the future looks worrying for the University of Leeds […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
The higher education watchdog has launched a review that sets out options for a large and radical overhaul of University admissions in England. The Office for Students has suggested an entry system that scraps the […]
Professor Simone Buitendijk , previously the Vice-Provost for education and Professor of Maternal and Child Health at Imperial College London has been appointed as the next Vice-Chancellor of the University. The news comes after Sir […]
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 […]
Whether you’re applying to progress your career, improve employment prospects, or to qualify for a job, the application process for a master’s remains the same. Rather than going through UCAS, individual applications go directly to […]