Universities around the UK have started throwing their Freshers’ Week celebrations for new students in the class of 2021.
A much-loved caretaker who was surprised with money for flights to Jamaica paid for by students at the university where he works has now made the trip.
Calls for the reintroduction of a post-study work visa have been renewed after a report concluded it should be easier for foreign graduates to stay in the UK to work.
Dundee has been named as one of the most expensive cities in the country for modern-day student must-haves like flat whites and yoga, a new study has found.
City students can now benefit from cheaper bus fares, thanks to new tickets issued by Xplore Dundee.
Entries for GCSE French continued to decline this year, but German has seen a slight rise, national exam results show.
Just 732 teenagers scored a clean sweep of 9s this summer, with more girls scoring straight top grades than boys.
GCSE pass rates rose this year in the wake of the biggest shake-up of the exams for a generation.
As teenagers wait for GCSE results, headteachers have raised concerns that the new grading system sends a “demoralising message” to students who are likely to score lower results in their exams.
Budding students still have time to apply for places at Fife College.
A record number of students have found degree courses through Clearing this year, figures show.
Fewer students have been accepted on degree courses at UK universities this year, initial figures show.
Sixth-formers across the country are today waking up to their A-level results in the wake of major exam reforms, with around one in four entries expected to be awarded the highest grades.
It’s the day of recognition, and maybe your results are not quite what you hoped for – or maybe they are better than expected.
Mental health charities and social media influencers have created a digital magazine for Instagram designed to help students handle exam result stress.
Top A-level pass rates could drop this year in part due to the soaring numbers of unconditional degree offers handed out by universities, it has been suggested.
A Maryfield councillor has issued a warning to landlords and agents following claims of fly-tipping at an overflowing skip near the city centre.
Students searching for a last-minute degree place on A-level day are likely to find a buyers’ market with tens of thousands of courses still available, figures indicate.
Half of the UK’s universities and colleges have seen a fall in the proportion of students that say they are happy with their experience of higher education, figures show.
Soaring numbers of teenagers are being given guaranteed degree places, sparking warnings that the credibility of the university system is being undermined and students’ futures put at risk.