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    Paradise Papers Implicate Oxford, Cambridge, and Over 100 American Universities

    The universities of Oxford and Cambridge, as well as ‘more than 100’ American universities, possess offshore interests on which they pay minimal tax, the Guardian has reported

    Written by Branwen Onono on 20th November 2017


    Rise In Students Borrowing To Cover Living Costs

    Increasing numbers of young people are borrowing in order to afford basic living costs

    Written by Michael on 19th November 2017


    News Analysis: Should ‘Elite’ Universities Charge Higher Tuition Fees?

    After Theresa May promised to review the growing issue over tuition fees, there has been widespread dispute over what students should have to pay after they graduate

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 17th November 2017


    Diversity Still a Problem at Elite Universities

    Oxford University has been accused of ‘social apartheid’ by former education minister David Lammy due to its admissions policies which have reignited the debate surrounding diversity at the university

    Written by Gregory Robinson on 16th November 2017


    Oxford College Bans CU From Freshers’ Fair

    News Reporter, Eleanor Duncan, looks into the recent banning of the CU from Balliol College's Freshers Fair

    Written by Redbrick on 11th November 2017


    Selly Oak and Edgbaston to become One

    The Boundary Commission has released its 2018 review, the conclusions of which would see Selly Oak and Edgbaston constituencies merge into one.

    Written by Grace Duncan on 9th November 2017


    New Guidance On Academic Cheating Issued

    New guidance regarding the use of 'essay mills' has been issued by the QAA after it was revealed they were being used in some of the UK's most popular institutions

    Written by Tim.Abington on 27th October 2017


    Low Paying Jobs at Risk of Automation

    Workers who have low paid routine jobs are at risk of being replaced by new technology referred to as Artificial Intelligence (AI)

    Written by Redbrick on 19th October 2017


    Millennials Half as Likely to Own Their Own Home

    Last week, Resolution Foundation published a report revealing the intergenerational disparity in the housing market

    Written by Liam Taft on 12th October 2017


    Tuition Fees Frozen

    In a change of policy, Theresa May has announced that tuition fees will be frozen at £9,250

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 11th October 2017


    University of Birmingham Falls in International Rankings

    The Times Higher Education rankings have been published leaving Birmingham at 141 on the international rankings.

    Written by Grace Duncan on 10th September 2017


    New Government Investment Announced at UoB

    The Business and Energy Secretary announces investment into battery technology at the University of Birmingham

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 2nd August 2017
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