Universities do not discriminate between poorer students

Universities do not discriminate against poorer students and differences in participation are instead driven by exam results, a study suggests. Entitled The link between household income, university applications and university … Continue reading →


Budget – £100m university pledge

George Osbourne has announced funding of £100 million to UK universities in order to boost university research and dedicated resources. This will be achieved through private sector investment which will … Continue reading →


International Students Fall in UK

The universities in the UK holds some of the strictest rules on international intakes, yet they will fall behind as the US and Australia have both relaxed their visa rules.


World University Rankings 2012

World university rankings maybe surprising in 2012 as California Institute of Technology top the table surpassing Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, and Princeton Universities. Caltech outperforms on teaching quality and innovation to … Continue reading →


London School of Economics ground breaking work

London School of Economic economists have been highly influential in reforming European labour markets to be awarded the top prize in labour economics from the Institute of  the Study of … Continue reading →


Imperial College improves healthcare to North London

London Imperial College plan to form initiatives to improve the healthcare of 1.9 million people living in the north west of London.


Oxford University offers £22,000 to Scottish students

There is a geographical disparity between people in northern England and their propensity to move south even to the elite universities. Oxford University is offering high potential students in Scotland … Continue reading →


University raise tuition fees

The majority of universities in the UK are charging the maximum £9,000 fee with Oxford University being one of the first to implement this. The increase in tuition fees marks … Continue reading →


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