The NHS has congratulated local students receiving their A Level, T Level or BTEC resultsRead more. . .
16-year-old students who took part in an alcohol awareness workshop delivered by Hope UK atRead more. . .
Southlands College, one of four colleges that makes up The University of Roehampton, has markedRead more. . .
Students will benefit from more joined-up support from their universities thanks to the creation ofRead more. . .
Spurgeon’s College secures Full Degree Awarding Powers, a key step towards becoming Croydon’s first homegrownRead more. . .
The number of Religious Studies A-level exam entries has increased 6.1 percent year on year.Read more. . .
More than 210,000 18-year-old students in England have had their university places confirmed, with 192,000Read more. . .
Students and seasonal staff are being reminded by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to checkRead more. . .
Studying in Europe: A Quick Guide for Students Studying abroad gives students the opportunity ofRead more. . .
Students in the UK are being punished for holding certain values. Julia Rynkiewicz, a final year midwifery student, was forced to suspend her studies and faced a fitness to practise investigation over her involvement with a pro-life society.Read more. . .
Since its founding, London School of Theology has been dedicated to serving the church of Jesus Christ worldwide, through the education of individuals, equipping of local churches, and engagement in leading research.Read more. . .
Tougher legal measures to strengthen free speech and academic freedom at universities in England have been announced by the Education Secretary today (16 February), to stamp out unlawful ‘silencing’ on campuses.Read more. . .
University students will be able to travel home to spend Christmas with their families once the national restrictions end onRead more. . .
British business will suffer if graduates and school leavers are unable to take up theRead more. . .
The number of Religious Studies A-level exam entries has declined at a lower rate thanRead more. . .