UCL unsubscribe from Stonewall Diversity Champions Programme and Workplace Equality Index

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Following in suit of the likes of the BBC and Ofcom, University College London have pulled out of their Stonewall membership. UCL were part of...

The return to online: campuses safeguarding students against new variant

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In what might be a disappointing turn of events for many, students at Queen's University Belfast will be expected to take their classes online...

Objections to £135million university block aiming to benefit students and the...

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Student accommodation and university buildings are often expected to provide multi-faceted use that extends beyond the traditional expectations of housing or lecture halls. In a...

Howard University students announce deal after weeks long protest over poor...

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Back in October, more than 150 people spent 33 days sleeping in tents outside the Blackburn University Center protesting against poor housing conditions and...

Students and Covid coming home for Christmas

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Students have been urged to take Covid tests before returning home to prevent households from having to self-isolate over Christmas. The Prime Minister called for...

A textbook case: first year law student sues landlord and wins

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Jack Simm got a first taste of what it's like to be a lawyer when he sued his landlord after it turned out that...

Report highlights “real and painful human consequences” of structural racism at...

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An independent review commissioned by the Council of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in response to the Black Lives Matter movement...

Outsourcing company Capita wins bid for UK study abroad scheme

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After breaking its pledge to keep membership of the Erasmus scheme, the government has now accepted a bid from outsourcing firm Capita, to provide...

UK student rent now surpasses average maintenance loan

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Rent has increased 60% in the last ten years rising to £7,347 per annum, according to a new survey. This figure eclipses a normal...

Strikes must not academically disadvantage students, OfS says.

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Consumer protection law may provide a case for tuition refunds for students affected by university staff strikes as the Office for Students (OfS) said...
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