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There are many different learning methods nowadays. Each person is different, with their own preferences and dislikes. And people will have their own strengths and weaknesses depending on the area of study. When moving on from secondary school, it is Read more…


Ambitious College is the only college in London, specifically for young people with autism. Currently, there isn’t enough educational opportunities for young people with autism and complex needs once they’ve left school. The significant lack of provision means the young Read more…


Two colleges in the south-east of England have announced plans to merge together. This is exciting news because both colleges are very large – teaching a combined total of almost 30,000 further education students. This is the first plan of Read more…


Applying for university is an important decision that is undertaken by students every year. Not all students want to take that path. For those who do, obtaining the necessary entry requirements can be stressful and difficult. It is ultimately rewarding Read more…


Tuition fees have long been a burden for university students. Furthering their employability and gaining general life experience comes at a high cost. Currently, students must pay £9,250 per year for a typical three-year degree. Then students need to account Read more…


Education facilities in the UK are subject to rigorous OFSTED inspections, to maintain and go beyond acceptable standards. Although college OFSTED grades appeared to fall earlier in the year, they have now begun to increase significantly. Increased OFSTED Grades UK Read more…


Studying overseas is available to university students all over the world. It is a great way to learn in a brand-new environment whilst meeting people and experiencing a culture that is different to their own. The UK is one of Read more…


The Autumn 2017 Budget has been released. The response has been varied and widespread. Certainly, there is jubilation over aspects that have received extra funding and outrage over those who’ve received little to nothing. One of the biggest talking points Read more…

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