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US student loan repayments stir academic and political doubt

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...
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Intl student applications for UK law degrees sky-rocket, despite Brexit and Covid-19

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...

UK student experience curtailed by rising cost of living

The rising of cost of living is having widespread impact on people across Europe, and students are feeling the squeeze too. The student experience...
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Netherlands to preserve education quality by curbing number of intl students

Pieter Duisenberg, the head of Universities of Netherlands (UNL), has said that the country is going to reduce the number of international students it...
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Bristol PhD student sues university over claims she was bullied by trans rights activists

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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Bill for college data collection and sharing passes in US House of Representatives

The College Transparency Act was approved on Friday and the move means colleges will now be obligated to collect certain data to submit to...
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UK student nurses left to “sink or swim”

With a lack of support at the start of their careers, newly registered nurses (NRNs) are feeling the pressure of staff shortages and difficult...
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50,000 UK university staff to take strike action

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...
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Australia temporarily changes student visa rules to fill worker shortages

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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Biggest decline in US university enrolment in 50 years

US post-secondary enrolment hit a total decline of 6.5% over the two years of the pandemic, and there are currently around one million fewer...
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