Students warn use of 'radical tactics' could continue unless further action is taken to implement a social rent-setting policy
President's comments criticised for showing 'just how out of touch she is with the real world'
University insists its actions are 'standard procedure' to those who withhold rent, as students prepare to disrupt open day
Students speak out both for and against the move as the NUS passes a motion to support other universities
Cambridge and Oxford take first and second place respectively
A freedom of expression row has erupted at UCL after the university was accused of threatening a student reporter
Exclusive: Rebecca Pinnington claims she was threatened with repercussions after obtaining classified forecasts of student accommodation income
Germany, however, looks set to challenge UK's dominance as it continues to offer more English-taught degrees and no tuition fees
If there really is a new planet, it won't be called Bowie, as many fans hoped. But who will get the important task of bestowing a title? Simon Usborne investigates
University campuses aren't usually tranquil places - why would this year have been any different?
Pokémon, ethical hacking, Viking studies - those who haven't yet picked their course for next year are spoiled for choice
The Quidditch and Harry Potter Society at Nottingham? That was just the tip of the iceberg
Chief executive of the TPA says 'there is clearly a serious problem and taxpayers have every right to be concerned' if financial rewards are being given to failing institutions
Tooth decay was 10 per cent higher compared to those of a similar age in the general public, UCL finds
Researchers have discovered a new type of neuron found only in the male species
Meet Eileen Cooper: she wants to shake up the art world.