The old logo of Loughborough University

Loughborough becomes the latest university to be hit by a campus revolt over a new logo

Kings College London and UCA have also irked students over their rebranding

Sir Keith Burnett says £9,000 university tuition fees are 'a disaster financially and unsustainable'

The vice-chancellor of Sheffield University says family and friends have told him that tuition fee debt is affecting people's chances of getting a mortgage

Sir Anthony Seldon on ITV's This Morning

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Richard III was buried at Leicester Cathedral last week

Richard III: The University of Leicester expected to change name to King Richard University

Officials also hope to rename some of the university buildings in tribute to the dead monarch to exploit the huge international interest in the discovery

The University of Buckingham is accused of spending too much time hunting for reasons not to worry about climate change

Britain's leading private university ‘becoming a mouthpiece for fossil-fuel industry’

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Art created by Debra Yates a graphic designer

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Specialised and highly practical courses provide creatives with a commercial head start, maintains Helena Pozniak

our latest study, commissioned through the social research specialists CFE Research, reveals that when they enter work, not only are doctoral graduates considered “business critical” by many employers, they encourage and support their colleagues to think more creatively, achieve more and innovate better.

Postgraduate: Doctoral graduates are ‘business critical’

Creative and inventive, PhD candidates can boost profits

Nathan Readioff

Postgraduate: ‘I fell in love with science at an early age’

'At three years old, if we’d had a basement, I would have been down there trying to build a moon rocket'

A worker at Trinity Mirror printing warehouse checks the the first ever printed copies of the 'i' off the press ahead of their distribution in Watford, Hertfordshire, 25 October 2010.

Postgraduate: Mastering the art of journalism via higher education

In an extremely competitive industry in which most entrants have obtained a first-class degree, extra study can provide candidates with a great head start

London Festival of Education 2015: The conference that thinks it's a rock show

If the first festival in 2012 is anything to go by - this weekend's will be a sell-out

Peter Mandelson

Pressure builds on Labour to drop pledge to cut tuition fees from £9,000 to £6,000

Lord Mandelson has warned a cut in higher education funding could lead to cuts in vital courses such as science, engineering and maths

Ukip parliamentary candidates: Brave new world or an old-fashioned failure?

According to the analysis by the Sutton Trust, only one of Ukip's 30 candidates has an Oxbridge background

Overall, just 0.49 of university professors per cent are black (FILE PHOTO Corbis)

UK study finds just 17 black female professors

Dr Omar Khan from the Runnymede Trust says non-white students get a raw deal

Students protesting the privatisation of Sussex university facilities in 2013

Sussex University to apologise after suspending students protesting 'privatisation' of services

The four students were hundreds who took part in protests about what they claim were moves by Sussex University to 'privatise' non-academic services

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