"Being born working class is still one of the biggest barriers to education," says NUS president Shakira Martin.
Today’s A- Level results day has seen university acceptances across the UK down by 2%, whilst 2017 boasts the first increase in top A* and A marks achieved for the last six years. For the first time in seven years, boys have performed academically...
A number of high profile universities boycotted the NSS as part of a nationwide protest. As a result, Cambridge, Oxford, UCL, Manchester and Sheffield have been omitted from the results.
An investigation by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) has revealed the number of first-class degrees awarded to Durham students has jumped from 17.8% in 2011 to 30.2% in 2016.
Radio host Jeremy Vine, newsreader George Alagiah and sports presenter Gabby Logan all made the list of high-earners, with Mr Vine paid at least £700,000, Mr Alagiah around £250,000 and Ms Logan approximately £200,000.
By Sophie Gregory Students going into first year are more concerned about managing their money than achieving academic success, a study has found. The research, conducted by the National Union of Students (NUS) on behalf of the student insurance...
It's been a hectic few days for tuition fees, and the future of the charges suddenly feels more uncertain than at any time since their rise to £9,000 per year in 2011. Here, News Features editor Ben Sladden breaks down the state of the debate: