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Ten more universities in England

12th Jun 2012

Ten smaller colleges can now become universities, after the Minister for Universities, David Willetts, changed the rules governing university status in England. Until now, the minimum number of students required for univer... More

Thousands of university applicants suspected of cheating.

22nd May 2012

UCAS suspects 8500 students copied in their university application last year. The number suspected of plagiarising their personal statements more than tripled, from 2450 in 2010 to 8458 in 2011.

Trebling fees bought students no extra teaching time

17th May 2012

Although university tuition fees trebled from £1000 to £3000 in 2006, students found no change in their experience, according to a Higher Education Policy Institute study of 9000 students. With tuition fees set... More

College of Law bought for £200 million

19th Apr 2012

Montagu Private Equity has bought the College of Law for £200 million, in a move welcomed by the government. The college is a charity with a strong property portfolio and the purchase should ensure its future develop... More

Fees up, applications down

5th Apr 2012

As fees go up, so applications from UK students have gone down. UCAS figures show that overall applications to higher education institutions from UK-based students have fallen by 8.7% for the next academic year – 201... More

Clearing scrapped, welcome new UCAS late applications system?

28th Mar 2012

The UCAS clearing system is to be scrapped under proposals announced by UCAS today. Clearing currently matches about 50,000 university applicants who have not got get a university place − usually because their A-leve... More

UCAS ditches planned post-A-level applications

28th Mar 2012

UCAS has ditched its plans to alter the university admissions timetable. The idea was to allow students to apply after they know their actual A-level results, instead of predicted results as at present. Universities welcom... More

Queen Mary and Warwick University to share lecturers

21st Mar 2012

Queen Mary University of London and Warwick University have agreed to share lecturers, starting with English, history and computer sciences this autumn. Both are Russell Group universities and have no intention of merging.... More

Four new Russell Group universities

13th Mar 2012

The Russell Group of top universities is expanding by four, so there will now be 24 members in total. Durham University, Exeter University, Queen Mary and York University are joining the group, in which each individual uni... More

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