British Islamic scholar Sheikh Haitham al-Haddad

'Jihadi John': Talk with anti-gay scholar postponed at university where Mohammed Emwazi studied

Students launched a petition to stop Dr Haitham Al-Haddad speaking at the University of Westminster a day before the launch of an LGBT festival

The majority of students will still be paying for their education decades after they graduate

Student loan system is 'unsustainable', claims expert

Professor Nicholas Barr wants payment threshold lowered

Cabinet Office Minister Sam Gyimah said the National Union of Students will receive £380,000 from the government to encourage registration

Government to spend £500,000 persuading students to register to vote

Electoral Commission finds fewer young people registering

Corporation in Sheffield, where a bouncer allegedly made abusive comments towards a student

Bouncer suspended for 'telling gay student he could be fed to dogs'

Police have launched an investigation into the incident

British Islamic scholar Sheikh Haitham al-Haddad
Around 140 institutions, classed as “alternative providers” do not get direct government support, but can receive public funding through loans which students take out to pay their course fees

Public money ‘wasted on EU students at private colleges’

MPs slam the Government for failure to act on warnings of potential abuses

Benjamin Sullivan, the former President of the Oxford Union

Student news round-up: Oxford rape case to be reviewed

Oxford rape case to be reviewed

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Which? report finds only five per cent of universities use good practice

Mary Anne Hobbs interview: Carrier of John Peel's music legacy

The 6 Music DJ and judge at the iSessions battle of the bands explains how her former Radio 1 mentor influences her today

Students occupy a lecture room at the Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich

More UK students could head to Europe’s universities

Education institutions from across the European Union will be able to apply to join Ucas

Student news round-up: Warwick students have no confidence in vice-chancellor

Warwick students have no confidence in vice-chancellor

A tutor at Robert Gordon University wearing one of the prosthetic masks

Masks used for nurse training scrapped by university after claims they could stigmatise people with mental health issues

The masks were worn by tutors who created scenarios for students to deal with

No Brand loyalty: Students reject anti-voting stance

Students proved themselves no fan of Russell at last night's i debate

A group of girls saying cheers and are having ice cold drafted beer at the local nightclub.

St Andrews University to offer students option to live in alcohol-free flats

The university's students' association successfully campaigned for the change

The security guard was filmed apparently threatening students

University security guard confronts students for putting up posters and 'threatens to kill them'

City University in London says it is investigating the incident

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