UK student drinking culture leaves a bad taste in the mouth

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For many, drinking is an ingrained part of student culture and university life. Fresher's week, society parties and social events often revolve around the...

More than half of Black students suffer racism in UK student...

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'Living Black at University' was commissioned and published by Unite Students to showcase the experiences of Black students in university halls - the first...

Bill for college data collection and sharing passes in US House...

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The College Transparency Act was approved on Friday and the move means colleges will now be obligated to collect certain data to submit to...

‘Badge of honour’ – PhD students say suffering is sign of...

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In a study of PhD students' mental wellbeing, UK researchers discovered trends of ill mental health, with levels more severe than working professionals. The survey...

UK student nurses left to “sink or swim”

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With a lack of support at the start of their careers, newly registered nurses (NRNs) are feeling the pressure of staff shortages and difficult...

50,000 UK university staff to take strike action

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The planned 10-day walkouts in February are the latest activities in the ongoing battle between staff unions and the government over issues spanning from...

Digital integration, wellbeing and collaboration to drive new PBSA

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The number of international students in Europe has been on the increase according to the Institute of International Education, driving the student housing market...

Medical students attend UK’s first lecture in Metaverse

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Professor Shafi Ahmed, who teaches using technologies such as using Google Glass, mixed reality, holograms and avatars, conducted the class with third-year medical students...

Students racking up eye-watering debt over gambling addiction

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More than one in three students are gambling using borrowed money, using overdrafts, student loans, or money from friends and payday loans, according to...

Australia temporarily changes student visa rules to fill worker shortages

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With pressures on international travel, the water-locked nation has found an controversial way to fill their labour shortage. The Australian government announced that eligible student...
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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.