As universities return for the autumn term and welcome back students, we understand that this may raise some concern about the risks of transmission of coronavirus. Below we answer some key questions.
The Office for Students (OfS) has today reiterated its warning that unconditional offers do not act in students’ best interests, as research shows those who receive them are less likely to progress into the second year of their university courses. …
Today (Monday 4 May), the Department for Education has announced a package of measures to stabilise university admissions, protecting the sector and students from the impacts of coronavirus. These include temporary student number controls, bringing forward tuition fee payments and …
Answers to frequently asked questions from university students on how the coronavirus might impact higher education.
Today’s blog looks at our funding for University Mental Health Day and how we’re celebrating World Book Day.
Today’s blog looks at research conducted by the Institute of Fiscal Studies and the Department for Education looking at the lifetime returns of a UK degree.
Today’s Education in the Media blog looks at the launch of a new consultation on unregulated accommodation as we look to improve the quality of children’s social care.
In a speech at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, the Universities Minister Chris Skidmore said that ‘successful outcomes for students and graduates are about much more than salary’.
T Levels are launching in September this year, offering high-quality technical alternatives to A levels. It is more important than ever that headteachers give their pupils the chance to talk with providers so they are able to work out whether a technical education might be right for them.
In The Times today, the Education Secretary sets out the importance of upholding free speech in universities.