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ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY LAUNCHES ANNUAL UNDERGRADUATE BURSARY PROGRAMME FOR 2018

The Royal Television Society (RTS) - Britain’s leading forum for television and related media, and an educational charity whose purpose is to promote the...

International students are worth more than £500 for every London resident

• Orpington is the London constituency which experiences the lowest net economic contribution from international students at just £191.74 per local resident • Overall, on...

The FA People’s Cup is back

The FA People’s Cup is back, turning dreams of lifting a trophy at Wembley Stadium into a reality for people all over the country. And...

The National Tennis Centre, Roehampton hosts the second BUCS Tennis National...

This weekend, the country’s best university tennis teams and players will descend on the National Tennis Centre (NTC), Roehampton, to compete in two BUCS...

Scotland faces severe accommodation shortage for university students on campus

Scotland has a “clear problem” with providing accommodation for university students on campus, an MSP has claimed. Green Mark Ruskell called on the Scottish...

Students shocked to news serial flasher is lurking around Nottingham Trent...

Nottinghamshire Police are urging the public to be vigilant after reports of a man in his mid to late 40s exposing himself twice in...

RICS launches global competition to solve problems facing the world’s expanding...

The RICS (Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors) has launched a global competition in partnership with the UK National Commission (UNESCO) and the Association of...

Brexit uncertainty prompts employers to cut graduate jobs

A major new report on the graduate job market, shows that Britain’s top employers recruited significantly fewer graduates than expected in 2017, leading to...

Overseas students ‘worth £20bn’ to UK economy

International students are worth £20bn to the UK economy, says a report from the Higher Education Policy Institute. The analysis says on top of tuition...

Students help get straws banned from the Wahaca restaurant chain as...

Two Cardiff University students have helped get straws banned from a popular restaurant chain. Nia Jones, 20, and Douglas Lewns, 19, are both studying environmental...
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