University graduates will no longer be overcharged when repaying their student loans, as tax authorities have now agreed to share their data with the Students Loan Company (SLC). Papers released under the new budget on Wednesday 22 November say that...
Fewer EU students applied for the most competitive UK university courses this year in the wake of the vote to leave the EU. The 15th October deadline for dentistry, medicine and veterinary science came earlier than most courses, and figures...
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...
UEA union council has voted to reject a motion which would have seen campus hold a referendum before products or people are banned by the SU. Motion 135 Giving the SU Back to its Members was rejected at the first...
Across the country, increasing numbers of university students are seeking counselling for mental health issues, according to two recent nationwide studies, and there are concerns that higher education institutions may not be doing enough to meet this increased demand. A...
Starting on the 25 November, over a million students will face disruption as academics from 60 universities signed up to strike over their pay and pension. More than 43,000 members of the University and College Union (UCU) are taking...