Tough immigration rules and the ability to hire and retain the top young talent from around the world also damaging the reputation of British institutions
The majority of are in debt, not just with student loan repayments, but they also owe money to banks, credit card companies and loan sharks
Engagement around the London Games described as 'poorly planned, short-termist and narrow'
History: Founded in the summer of 2011 by the philosopher A C Grayling with the participation and advice of some of the world’s top academics, New College of the Humanities (NCH) is an award-winning, university-level college offering liberal arts-inspired, undergraduate degree programmes, as well as an expanding portfolio of postgraduate degrees.
'It's not a good time to be a student in the UK. With deeply worrying, ferociously growing racism and xenophobia, it can be a particularly inhospitable time for black and minority ethnic communities and international students'
Joint statement comes shortly UK’s top universities report issues working with their European partners, including being asked to leave EU-funded projects
Despite the frenzy for places usually associated with Clearing, report shows applicants 'must be ready to deliver a confident pitch'
Warning comes on the day Tories confirm tuition fees will be upped to £9,250 a year from 2017
Education Secretary insists all students will be made to feel welcome in Wales, adding: 'We will not tolerate any form of racial abuse'
Director of fair access insists more needs to be done to achieve the Government’s target of doubling the number of poor and BME students by 2020
Students and MPs discuss and challenge practicalities of Higher Education and Research Bill which NUS has labelled ‘dangerous’
The head of the leading global provider of specialist higher education and careers information looks at the positives of the big result
Report encourages university to provide 'clear guidance and expectations' through programme approval processes
Government’s proposals said to have created 'great concern and dismay' in HE sector
Should a student’s performance fall, tutors will be alerted, allowing them to step in and advise
Almost a third believe on-the-job training and apprenticeships offer better career prospects - not a university education