More harm than good: preventable deaths hampered by zero-tolerance drug policies

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The Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi) has released a report detailing how students approach the practicalities of drug use at university. The findings show: Of...

Diversification targets receive mixed opinion in post-lockdown Australia

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Whilst UK universities are bouncing back from Covid-19 in their international student numbers, Australia is finding the transition slightly more tricky. As one of...

Changes to UK student loan requirements spell difficulties for disadvantaged students

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The UK government is making plans to increase the minimum grade requirements for English and maths GSCEs that students would need in order to...

Safety over studies, as war in Ukraine leaves students trapped

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The declaration of war between Russia and Ukraine has prompted outrage and dismay from citizens and global leaders alike. Whilst attention has been rightly focused...

US student loan repayments stir academic and political doubt

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Mid-term elections are approaching in the US, and so too is the start of the nation's debt repayment scheme. On 1 May, those with...

Intl student applications for UK law degrees sky-rocket, despite Brexit and...

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The number of law students and aspiring lawyers has reached an all-time high in the UK according to new data from the Universities and...

Plans for Irish-speaking residencies at QUB angers unionist and protestant groups

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The An Cumann Gaelach group, or Irish Language Society, has proposed plans to create an Irish-speaking residency at Queen's University Belfast. If the plans...

UK student experience curtailed by rising cost of living

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The rising of cost of living is having widespread impact on people across Europe, and students are feeling the squeeze too. The student experience...

Netherlands to preserve education quality by curbing number of intl students

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Pieter Duisenberg, the head of Universities of Netherlands (UNL), has said that the country is going to reduce the number of international students it...

Bristol PhD student sues university over claims she was bullied by...

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PhD student Raquel Rosario Sanchez is currently suing the University of Bristol for sex discrimination and negligence, over claims it failed to protect her...
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Needle spiking awareness campaign planned for UK freshers’ week

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Proposed UK government add campaign will draw attention to 'new phenomenon' of needle spiking in nightclubs; timed to kick off alongside the start of the new academic year.