They're also put off going to university because some well-known figures have made their wealth without having gone
Education Secretary is first in history to have gone to a comprehensive school
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
‘It’s a music genre which has inspired many. It narrated 2011’s tuition fee protests, and its educational value is clear’
‘Universities don’t think of themselves as businesses, but it’s increasingly clear students think of themselves as customers’
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
Professor Sara Ahmed said sexual harassment had become 'normalised and generalised' at Goldsmiths, University of London
Private school head says many UK exam systems 'are just not preparing students to make that leap from secondary to higher education'
UCU and NUS to begin planning for a national demonstration in defence of education this autumn
Scottish Tory says 'damning' report confirms Scotland still has 'some way to go', despite best efforts of the country's universities
Separate petition from Labour Party against fee hike attracts close to 80,000 signatures in under 24 hours
European countries emerge as the most-featured than any other continent
Plans to force low-performing universities to drop their fees will create a cycle of decline that traps poor students and damages their life chances
'The Government wants to deliver 'value for money' for students, a bold claim to make. The greatest value for money? An education system which requires students to pay no money at all'