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  1. UK announces tuition fees to remain same for EU students starting in 2019

    UK announces tuition fees to remain same for EU students starting in 2019

    The UK government has confirmed that students from the EU starting their studies in 2019 will be charged the same tuition fees as British students, and will also qualify for …

  2. Students cautioned over university rankings and top university league tables

    Students cautioned over university rankings and top university league tables

    There are many ways in which¬†universities and colleges are ranked around the world (usually in an order where the 'best' institutions at the top and worst at the bottom). These …

  3. Heads of UK universities must justify their enormous pay packets

    Heads of UK universities must justify their enormous pay packets

    Massive pay packets¬†given to university vice-chancellors in Britain are to be clamped down upon through new measures. Jo Johnson, minister for UK universities and science, has …

  4. Number of United Kingdom university applications down by more than 25,000

    Number of United Kingdom university applications down by more than 25,000

    According to UCAS (admissions service) the number of people applying to study at UK universities has fallen by more than 4%, or 25,000, compared to last year. There has been a …

  5. Summary of the HEFCE Data Futures conference July 2017

    Summary of the HEFCE Data Futures conference July 2017

    1. Data Futures Project There are three components to Data Futures: software platforms and processes to transact data student data collection from 2019/20 and …

  6. Students on a field trip to the Houses of Parliament injured in the London terrorist attack

    Students on a field trip to the Houses of Parliament injured in the London terrorist attack

    Four students from Edge Hill University in Lancashire were among the 40 people injured in yesterday's attack at Westminster in London. They were part of a group of 13 students on a …

  7. Graduates don't have the skills they need for work after leaving university

    Graduates don't have the skills they need for work after leaving university

    50% employers say British graduates don't have the right skills for work The Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR) spoke to 174 organisations about the quality of candidates …

  8. Singapore universities want more than just academic achievements

    Singapore universities want more than just academic achievements

    When it comes to international rankings in education, Singapore comes out top. But it wants its schools to focus on keeping students positive and resilient. There is always a need …

  9. Maastricht University sees fall in British students

    Maastricht University sees fall in British students

    Uncertainty around Britain's exit from the EU may have put an end to the rising trend of UK students going to a top Dutch university. After successive years of increased …