Cambridge University's 300-year old results list set to be banned by the EU
Students may be allowed to opt out of the compulsory class lists
Condé Nast announce Teen Vogue a thing of the past
Condé Nast's dissapointing sales figures lead to cutting Teen Vogue’s printing entirely.
Universities encouraged to crack down on use of essay-mill websites
Jo Johnson has asked the QAA for Higher Education to explore how universities can prevent the use of such sites.
How to beat freshers' flu
Symptoms often include, but aren't limited to, coughing, fatigue, headaches, nausea and high fever.
Conservative Party to freeze tuition fees and rise student loan repayment threshold
“Having literally just put up fees in the last month by £250 this pledge is worthless.”
Swansea University award Hillary Rodham Clinton with an honorary doctorate
The ceremony will take place on Saturday 14th October at Swansea University.
A one day mental health course has been launched for university students in England
Eight out of ten students experience mental health issues over a year
Harriet Harman: I want MPs to be provided with six months’ paid baby leave
'Without maternity leave I lost out. I felt my babies lost out.'
Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood apologises for offensive fancy-dress costume
He released an apology after pictures of him dressed as a Nazi were published
Hetty Douglas responds to backlash and vows never to post brash judgements on Instagram
Hetty Douglas has responded to the Instagram photo that made her a hate figure
Loved Edinburgh? Here are three other fringe festivals you need to visit
May the Fringe fun never end.
Student genius wins fight to remain in the UK and take his place at Oxford
After achieving three A* A-Level grades and a place at Oxford University, Brian White was unable to begin his course.
Mental wins first ever Mental Health Fringe Award in Edinburgh
Over fifty shows were considered for the new award.
SQA change Practical Journalism course structure after controversy over disabled student
“We should be encouraging people with disabilities to pursue their dreams, not putting up barriers.”
Woman uses Facebook to find stranger that paid her daughter’s £85 train fare
This random act of kindness will brighten up your day.
A level Results: Malala Yousafzai earns her place at Oxford
She will be studying PPE at Lady Margaret Hall.
These are the weirdest B&B breakfast requests ever
A curry omelette, fried onions and king prawn vindaloo were some of the strangest choices.
Edinburgh Fringe introduces Mental Health Fringe Award
Theatre can have transformative effects on public attitudes.