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British universities are trying to recruit more students from the EU , including Bulgaria and Romania , despite fears of defaults on loan repayments, reports The Sunday Times. With the cap on university places to be lifted next year, Les Ebdon, the
In the meeting between the high commissioner and the minister, "opportunities to strengthen educational ties" were discussed. British universities are currently valid only for one year and this should be extended for at least three years," it added. "
But he insisted they cannot be forced to track them once their course ends or escort' them to the airport. It puts him at odds with Home Secretary Theresa May who wants new rules to force colleges to make sure students from overseas do not stay on
Imbalances in the share of growth across the regions continue to be deep-rooted, the Office of National Statistics has confirmed...Four years after the recession, London had pulled even further away from all other regions in England. With the economy
03:58 EST, 18 May 2014 3 View comments Competition for places on medicine degrees is now so fierce that high-achieving students should consider alternatives to becoming doctors, the Universities Minister said last night.
The Russell Group, that most select of UK university groups, should be very pleased with its marketing success...There has been a distinct strand of opposition to the idea that this group should be seen as a premier league of higher education. It's
The findings emerged in the wake of research which found that three-quarters of university graduates will still be paying off their student loans in their 50s. A study by the respected Institute for Fiscal Studies found that a typical student will
The book is still quoted and misquoted by commentators anxious to prove the negative effects of mass culture on people's lives. In the 1950s it had become fashionable to argue that a newly affluent worker was emerging who was becoming middle-class in
Ministers still insist that students should shoulder lifelong debts to receive the same education they themselves enjoyed for free.' Photograph: Don Hammond/Design Pics/Corbis I have an apology to make. Some years ago, when I was a student, I worked
And 55% said their job had a negative impact on their mental health. The government says it trusts heads to address any issues with staff. The Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL) last month polled 925 education staff working in state and