Health regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC), has recently downgraded the rating of West Earlham Medical Practice from ‘Requires Improvement’ to ‘Inadequate’, the lowest possible classification the regulator can give. Of the five main areas that the CQC uses to...
It is feared by campaigners that sexual harassment and assault is going unreported in Scottish universities, due to low figures. Data gained under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by The Times reveals that of 15 institutions, nine of them...
As part of the nationwide Being Human Festival, UEA hosted a Refugee History Q&A talk on Thursday 23 November, discussing the current status of refugees in the UK. Members of the panel included Orwell Prize shortlisted journalist Rachel Shabi, writer...
Tuition fees could be cut after the new universities minister signalled a review of student finance earlier this month. On Thursday 19 January, Sam Gyimah said officials would investigate whether the higher annual charge of £9,250 “works across the system”. His...
Last Wednesday (25 April), the Complete University Guide published their annual league table, revealing that UEA has received a rank of 14 out of the 131 universities measured. The Guide has been ranking universities since 2008, basing their rankings on...