“There are a number of reasons why full-time, three-year degree programmes are generally the most appropriate at research-intensive institutions like Durham."
Just 60.5% of first-year students entering Durham in 2015/16 came from state schools. Is there a problem?
“People are here to say we don’t want Donald Trump. We don’t want his hate, racism, Islamophobia, his sexism."
Professor Stuart Corbridge, Vice-Chancellor, and Alice Dee, Durham Students’ Union President, addressed this issue in an email which was sent to all students last week.
Professor Westmarland criticised the university’s human resources department for prioritising the protection of the attacker and its reputation over student safety.
To force universities into a consumerist climate threatens to create a similar environment to the “American-style catastrophe,” whereby universities spend more on marketing than on developing teaching.
“The Prime Minister rightly recognises that the mobility of talent, the collaborations and critical mass of research activity we enjoy with the EU is crucial to underpinning the UK as a world-leading economy.”