Faiz Siddiqui tells the High Court his grades prevented him having a successful career as an international commercial lawyer
Pupils hoping for a place at the UK's top university next year can expect to answer some slightly unusual questions during the interview process
'The principal motivations are admirable, but I think they are wrong-headed'
'There is a very real chance that Britain will come into the grips of extreme Brexiteers who are euro-phobic and could do irrevocable damage, not only to the country but to our universities'
Oxford vice-chancellor, however, cites lack of funding and Brexit as potential threats to university’s future
The man is now in police custody
It is 'welcome progress' but there is 'still much work to do'
One doctor reflects on what he would do differently to avoid the errors he made in his Cambridge University interviews
Report encourages university to provide 'clear guidance and expectations' through programme approval processes
Archerfish have been trained to select the right face from a range of different images ‒ by spitting water at them
Chancellor says signatories' concerns 'appear to be based on a misleading headline and news article'
Report comes weeks after Ucas head warns gap between rich and poor 'will be eclipsed' by gender gap within just 10 years
Society says new NUS president has made ‘anti-Semitic comments’ which ‘render her unfit for office’
The move, which is reportedly trending at US universities, has been criticised by academics
Comments made amid a recent spate of anti-Semitic incidents among student community, including at Oxford University
'What made me cry was the fact that someone could be so rude without understanding somebody else's circumstances'