Universities call on UK Government to push tuition fees up – students threaten to become ‘ungovernable’
The Government needs to lift the £9,000 tuition fee cap in England in line with inflation, says an advocacy organisation for higher education institutions.
Home Office bans 60 universities and colleges from enrolling international students in ‘emergency’ clampdown
The Home Office has banned 60 universities and colleges across the country from taking-on any more international students in an unprecedented clampdown.
Student leaders are demanding universities draw up national guidelines to combat the “lad culture” of excessive drinking and lewd behaviour on the campus.
A warning that student fees could rise again was delivered by former Universities Minister David Willetts as he insisted the ceiling of £9,000 a year could not be held indefinitely.
A crackdown on fake universities has been ordered by the Government after investigators identified as many as 190 institutions offering bogus degrees.
University league tables: Best universities for teaching standards rank Oxford, Cambridge and Coventry among top 20
An annual university league table has revealed the institutions where students are most satisfied with the quality of teaching.
University of Buckingham: One of UK’s most controversial universities appoints Sir Anthony Seldon as vice-chancellor
One of the UK’s leading private and most controversial universities has appointed a high profile headmaster as its new vice-chancellor.
University of Buckingham: One of UK’s leading private universities appoints Sir Anthony Seldon as vice-chancellor
One of the UK’s leading private universities has appointed a high profile headmaster as its new vice-chancellor.
More British students could head out to Munich, Montpellier or Milan after the university admissions service changed the rules about applications to European Universities.