For years, numbers of unconditional offers issued by universities in the UK have been steadily rising, contributing to regular interventions from figures in government, most recently Education secretary Gavin Williamson, who stated that unconditional offers lower attainment...
Top universities in England have been told to significantly increase their places for disadvantaged students. The Office for Students has stated that they want the “access gap” between poorer and wealthier students to be split in half...
The Charlie Waller Memorial Trust has launched a new resource to support students experiencing mental health issues. The charity works to equip young people with the skills to look after their mental wellbeing. It was set up...
A survey by Time To Change, a mental health anti-stigma campaign, showed that around 1 in 3 people in the East of England said they would put off speaking to a friend who is struggling with their...
University staff are set to participate in another strike action over pensions, pay and working conditions starting on Thursday 20 February until 13 March. Staff from 74 universities, including UEA, will walk out later this month and...
UEA has rescheduled a seminar by controversial academic Prof Kathleen Stock for May 7. It comes as the education secretary told universities they must work harder to protect free speech or face new laws to enforce it....