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Prime minister Theresa May has launched a review of tuition fees, whilst calling for better value for students. The review will be chaired by the author and financier, Phillip Augar and will assess the current state of university funding. Concerns Read more…


The University and College Union (UCU) recently sent a freedom of information (FOI) request. The union represents university staff and the request comes when industrial action by staff is imminent. Whilst there is a dispute over pensions, the request found Read more…


During this current time of economic and political uncertainty, it is unsurprising that university officials are pessimistic about the future. Among the biggest concerns are changes to government policy and funding arrangements. As a result, it is essential that future Read more…


University staff from 61 top institutions are set to walk out following disagreements over pensions. The industrial action will take place over four weeks. Students already face high costs to attend university. Therefore, it isn’t surprising that they aren’t happy Read more…


Staff at the Queen Mary University London (QMUL) have been warned that they need to explain their actions, if any group of students have an average grade of below 60%. The grade is the threshold for an upper second-class degree. Read more…


Universities in the UK have been making attempts to make participation more inclusive. However, these efforts have been hindered as there is slow progress in recruiting state-school and disadvantaged students. The government has pressured universities to increase participation from students Read more…


Experts are warning that some universities in England could be in danger of collapse. This follows a decrease in the number of young students enrolling at different education institutions. The universities admissions service UCAS revealed figures that indicate a steady Read more…


An increasing amount of secondary schools in England are under-performing. This is according to official data which also outlines that one in eight schools fall below the government’s new minimum standard. New Data from The Department of Education The Department Read more…


Leaders and institutions in the Further Education industry face uncertain times in the coming years ahead. There are the longstanding issues of funding and the need to ensure that standards are constantly improving to meet the demands of Ofsted. More Read more…


Established in early 2015, the ‘Cut the Rent Campaign’ was formed by students in Cambridge who were extremely frustrated with the continuous rise of rent prices. The campaign is currently active in three colleges, giving awareness to a nationwide problem Read more…

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