30 juillet 2017

Apprenticeships: it's time to focus on quality not quantity

The Guardian homeThe government has renewed its commitment to the skills strategy, but it will only be successful if better partnerships are formed with industry. More...

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How have tuition fees changed university life?

The Guardian homeWhether you attended or worked at university before or after tuition fees we’d like to hear your experiences. More...

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Pupils with some anxiety 'more likely to leave school with a qualification'

The Guardian homeStudents may be at optimal disposition to succeed in school when they experience moderate levels of stress, study shows. More...

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I can't get a permanent lecturing job – is it because I'm of childbearing age?

The Guardian homeMore than once I have lost out to male candidates despite having higher student feedback scores and a stronger academic record. More...

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It’s delusional to think tuition fees are fair. Poorer students are being penalised

The Guardian homeThe less well-off are accruing far more debt than their richer peers, simply in order to obtain a degree. University funding needs urgent reform. More...

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It’s not fair to make profits out of loans to poorer students

The Guardian homeThe well-off have no problem says Dr Peter Estcourt; it’s a regressive graduate tax, writes Colin Garwood; its biggest impact is on mature students, according to Pam Tatlow; it’s shameful, says Sir Peter Lampl; Lawrence Lockhart thinks it is an instance of market failure; and Charles Cronin believes it transfers costs from the state to the individual. More...

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The scariest thing about leaving home? My severe nut allergy

The Guardian homeFor students with food allergies, university can be scary and lonely. Here’s how I learned to manage mine. More...

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You don’t need a double first to see university funding is in chaos

The Guardian homeA system that was once a decent compromise has become a toxic mess of soaring debt and graduate grievances. More...

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Smart, educated and exploited: how 'internships' help lock the young out of jobs

The Guardian homeMillennials aren’t choosy. We’d love to work full-time. But trying to start a career, for many, means taking on unpaid ‘internships’. More...

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Finally, an admission that the game is up on tuition fees

The Guardian homeMartin Harris, former director of the Office for Fair Access, argues that tuition fees should be revised, not abolished; Sally Hunt of the University and College Union says that the time has come for a proper debate on how we fund universities; Malcolm Ace points to the ticking timebomb of student loan debt. More...

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