25 août 2019

Greece scraps law banning police from university campuses

The GuardianGreece’s newly elected, centre-right government has ignored leftists’ protests to overturn a law that had prohibited police from entering universities. More...

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'The sense I was clever was knocked out of me': confessions of a university dropout

The GuardianNext week, thousands of students will accept a place at university. After abandoning two degrees, I feel both disdain for academia and a grief for what might have been. More...

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UK universities brace for last-minute fight for A-level students

The GuardianHundreds of thousands of 18-year-olds will pick up their A-level results next Thursday. For those intending to go to university it will be a buyers’ market, with many of the country’s leading institutions vying to attract students to take up places on tens of thousands of courses that are still unfilled. More...

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Rents, racism and the climate: why student activists have more to fight for than ever

The GuardianUniversity has long been a formative place for activists, and most campaigns make it easy for newcomers to get involved. More...

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Clearing 2019: what students can expect and how they can succeed

The GuardianHowever confident students feel about A-level predictions and course choices, in this buyers’ market it’s good to know when to check the Ucas website. More...

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From summer jobs to scholarships – key pointers on paying for your degree

The GuardianFinding a part-time job, setting up a student bank account and sticking to a budget will take the hard work out of managing your money. More...

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Sexual misconduct complaints at Cambridge University

The GuardianA recent decision regarding Cambridge University’s disciplinary procedure means that students are unable to have their complaints regarding sexual misconduct heard, a fact that the university has failed to acknowledge thus far. More...

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Cambridge sexual misconduct rule change ‘re-victimises’ students

The GuardianOne of the women affected by Cambridge University’s decision not to investigate some student complaints of sexual misconduct, including rape, said it has left her feeling abandoned and re-victimised. More...

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How secondhand clothes can save student budgets – and the planet

The GuardianFed up of fast fashion? Start a revolution with your wardrobe by swapping, sharing and repairing clothes. More...

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Is a British university degree really worth it any more?

The GuardianThere are about 140 universities in the UK. It depends on your definition of a university: if it stretches to any public institution with degree-awarding powers, then the number rises to 164, according to Higher Education Statistics Agency (Hesa) data. A small number of private providers can also award degrees. More...

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