14 juin 2019

‘It was a no-brainer’: but does a degree from abroad really make a difference?

The GuardianAs applications to study in Europe plummet before Brexit, we ask British students who’ve done it where they are now. More...

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University of London faces boycott over treatment of staff

The GuardianThe University and College Union (UCU) congress has voted to boycott Senate House, the administrative centre of the University of London (UoL), because of its treatment of cleaning, catering and security staff and others not directly employed. More...

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Sonita Alleyne to be first black leader of an Oxbridge college

The GuardianEx-BBC trustee will also be first female head in 500-year history of Jesus College, Cambridge. More...

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Reports of university funding crisis are 'scaremongering', says Hinds

The GuardianEducation secretary criticises ‘hyperbole’ after speculation over possible tuition fee cut. More...

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How to survive the graduation slump – by recent graduates

The GuardianToday’s graduates face difficult challenges. Here, those who’ve faced the same uncertainty share their tips and experiences. More...

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I'm proud to back a University of London boycott – the outsourcing has to end

The GuardianThis weekend academics should stand in solidarity with cleaners and security staff, and fight precarious employment. More...

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What did dignity at work training teach me? Bullying isn't my university's problem

The GuardianA workshop on harassment and bullying shed light on my university’s superficial commitment to equality and diversity. More...

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English test students may have been wrongly accused, says watchdog

The GuardianHome Office ‘did not have the expertise’ to check data used to accuse students of cheating. More...

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Russell Group scraps preferred A-levels list after arts subjects hit

The GuardianArts education organisations have welcomed a decision by the Russell Group of research-led universities to scrap its controversial list of preferred A-levels, after long-running criticism that it has contributed to a devaluation of arts subjects. More...

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Higher education staff suffer 'epidemic' of poor mental health

The GuardianResearch shows steep increase in referrals to counselling and occupational health services. More...

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