Dozens of Barclays bank accounts belonging mainly to Chinese students at UK universities have been frozen over fears that they are being used by criminals to launder millions of pounds. UK law enforcement bodies appealed to courts around the country...
A new report released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) has revealed that no black senior management staff were employed by any British university in the year 2015-16. This marks the third consecutive year that black academics have been...
A window has blown off a room in Nelson court leaving it open to damage from Storm Doris. Harry, Jacob, Jordan and Georgia, who are all first years living in Nelson Court, spoke to Concrete earlier this evening. They said:...
Interest rates on student loans have risen by a third in the wake of a post-Brexit inflation surge, meaning graduates will have to repay substantially more. The rise to 6.1 percent, more than 24 times the Bank of England base...
This morning Liberal Democrat candidate for Norwich South James Wright spoke to Concrete to discuss his policies and personal stances, two days before voters will go to the polling booths. Mr Wright has been a Norwich City councillor since 2010,...
Jo Johnson announced significant changes to the Teaching Excellence Framework metrics at the Universities UK conference. Previously, ratings depended on students' views of teaching, assessment and academic support from the National Student Survey, drop-out rates, and rates of employment...