Saturday, December 16, 2017

Student debt for the poorest students is hugely worrying

A new report issued by the Institute For Fiscal Studies has offered some worrying analysis around social mobility in the UK and within universities....

Salford student standing to be MP urges young people to vote...

Kieron Wilson, 22, will be standing for the seat of Bournemouth East as an independent candidate, and says that if he is elected in...

Growing Demand for IT Graduates as Vacancies up Over 100%

The growth in technology graduate vacancies is surprising given that other sectors have shown falls in the number of vacancies including Banking and Finance...

Innovation and creativity in MBA delivery: the biggest challenge to world-leading...

Ensuring that MBA programmes are taught in ways that maximise engagement with students and do not conform to typical teaching models is the biggest...

AMNESTY WELCOMES WELSH GOVERNMENT COMMITMENT TO ABORTION FUNDING FOR WOMEN FROM...

  “It is deeply ironic that every government in the UK has now pledged to address the injustice facing women from Northern Ireland, except the...

A NEW AGE FOR THE STUDENT MOVEMENT: NUS ELECTIONS 2017 –...

­ The Norwich Radical was born in the student movement, and we continue to play an active role within it. We recognise that while official...

Students fundraise to bring young people from West Bank to Liverpool

Staff and students at Liverpool Hope University are raising money to bring 12 young people from Palestine's West Bank to Liverpool for The Big...

Student a cappella group to star in new BBC talent show...

From the Student Union to our screens, the University of Bristol’s student a cappella group, The Bristol Suspensions, make their TV debut in brand...

71 % of recent graduates ‘feel underemployed’

Almost three-quarters (71 per cent) of recent graduates believe they are underemployed, research out today has found, raising concerns that their expectations are out...

Kick It Out Take Women’s Raise Your Game To Manchester

Football's equality and inclusion organisation continues its Raise Your Game series as it looks to diversify football's workforce and open up pathways to work...
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