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250,000 students affected by faulty exam papers

23rd Jun 2011

Errors in this summer's exams may have affected 250,000 students. At Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday, John Mann, the Labour MP for Bassetlaw, asked the  Prime Minister what he intended to do for the 250,000 yo... More

£18k for new St Andrews course

20th Jun 2011

St Andrews University is planning a new BA International Honours course jointly with William & Mary College in Virginia, USA. These are both historic universities - St Andrews is the oldest university in Scot... More

Record student complaints

14th Jun 2011

Student complaints about universities in England and Wales rose by 33% last year. This is the fifth consecutive year that they have risen and Rob Behrens, Head of the Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA), says that ... More

Achievement reports for graduates

13th Jun 2011

All universities are to keep Higher Education Achievement Reports (HEAR) for graduates from 2012. Universities are asked to keep a detailed electronic record of students' achievements and make them available to gradua... More

Oxford professors criticise government reforms

9th Jun 2011

The government's university reforms are reckless, incoherent and incompetent says an Oxford professor. Oxford academics have voted 283 to five for a motion criticising the government's higher education reforms fo... More

Several universities face financial failure?

9th Jun 2011

Several universities are believed to be at financial risk.  The Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) apparently already considers about ten English universities to be at risk. Margaret Hodge, the ... More

New London college to charge £18,000 pa

9th Jun 2011

A new private college in London, teaching the humanities, economics and law, will open in 2012. Aiming to attract gifted students and rival Oxbridge, it intends to charge £18,000 pa for tuition. Assisted places will ... More

£6000 loans for private university fees

9th Jun 2011

Students at private universities are to get higher loans for their tuition fees. The government has announced that, from 2012, students studying at private universities in England will be eligible for state loans of &... More

Third of applicants to miss out?

1st Jun 2011

It looks like being a record year for university applications - probably over 700,000 this year as students race to beat the hike in tuition fees. Demand is particularly strong for practical courses like nursing, engineeri... More

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