Head of Ucas warns rich and poor gap ‘will be eclipsed’ by gender gap ‘within a decade’
Students can win up to $50,000 to put toward their year's education
The University and College Union said an offer of 1.1 per cent pay increase for its staff members was 'insulting'
English-speaking universities continue to dominate the world, according to a new ranking from the Times Higher Education supplement released Thursday.
Deciding whether to head off into higher education can be one of the most important choices students will make
Ministers 'cannot afford to focus their efforts solely on 18-year-olds,' says Open University vice-chancellor
Majority of respondents say they've never had to provide any proof they even had a degree in their current role
More than half believe the system has a 'bad reputation' while others express embarrassment at having to use Clearing
The new Vice-Chancellor has argued that students should engage critically with ideas, rather than be protected from them
'It seems odd that kids who come from high income families should be left penniless'
Report reveals 70 further education colleges have been declared financially 'inadequate' by sector’s Skills Funding Agency
'While a student may leave behind a poor background to aim for something higher, there are consequences for their family too,' writes one student
The National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts urges students to march against cuts through London on 4 November
Editor of rankings says, despite the UK’s performance, recent cuts in higher education funding - along with immigration measures affecting overseas students - will hinder Britain's performance in the long run, compared with its European rivals
Welcome to the bear-pit of the French university system. There is almost no selection; fees are minimal; classes are gigantic; and the first year failure rate is five times higher than in Britain
As two Asian institutions surpass Canada on last year, Nanyang Technological University president says 'young Singaporeans can be very proud'