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    Police Confirm Body Discovered at Vale Lake

    The body was discovered on Tuesday afternoon and was pronounced dead later that day

    Written by Conrad Duncan on 21st February 2017


    Black Students Struggle To Gain University Places According To UCAS

    Figures released by UCAS have revealed Black students continue to struggle to gain undergraduate university places in the UK despite a record number of applicants with stronger qualifications in comparison to previous years

    Written by Gregory Robinson on 18th February 2017


    Trump State Visit To Move To Birmingham

    The controversial state visit of Donald Trump could be moved from London to Birmingham, new reports have released

    Written by Grace Duncan on 17th February 2017


    Oxford Student Sues University Not Achieving A 2:1

    One-million-pounds of compensation is being filed against the University of Oxford after an undergraduate failed to achieve a first

    Written by Josh Hamilton on 13th February 2017


    Government Set To Sell Off Student Loans For £12 Billion Profit

    Billions of pounds worth of student debt will be sold to private investors by the Government which could prove problematic for both students and taxpayers, as the marketisation of the education industry takes prominence

    Written by Emily Darby on 13th February 2017


    NUS Calls For NSS Boycott

    Guild takes no position on NSS boycott despite opposing link between Teaching Excellence Framework and increased fees

    Written by Gino Spocchia on 5th February 2017


    Education Committee Concerned Over Brexit Impact

    The latest evidence gathered by the Education Committee highlights the increasing concern of the future of post-Brexit higher education

    Written by Emily Youlton on 25th January 2017


    UoB Students, Staff and Alumni Honoured by the Queen with New Year’s Titles

    Following the publishing of the New Year’s Honours list, Erin Santillo reports on the university’s seven recipients of awards

    Written by Erin Santillo on 17th January 2017


    Hard Brexit Could Send Higher Education into Crisis

    Several of Britain’s top academics have warned that a ‘hard Brexit’ could mean the ‘biggest disaster’ in higher education for decades

    Written by Emily Darby on 16th January 2017


    Redbrick Investigates: Student Loans – Confusion and Contention

    After the government’s recent abolition of maintenance grants, Redbrick’s Joseph Timan and Erin Santillo investigate the effects of and reactions towards this move and other controversial proposals

    Written by Erin Santillo & Joseph Timan on 30th December 2016


    Queen Mary Joins City in Newspapers Ban

    Queen Mary University becomes the latest institution to call for banning tabloid newspapers such as The Sun, Express and Daily Mail from the campus

    Written by Megan Stanley on 16th December 2016


    Brexit May Make Some University Courses ‘Unviable’

    With EU funding to end and the number of international students from the EU expected to fall, many Scottish university courses may not have enough students to continue being taught and one third of British universities might be under threat

    Written by John Wimperis on 30th November 2016
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