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Higher Education Tag Archive

What I want white students to understand, as a ‘BAME’ student

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Tiyanna Mistry on the importance of white students showing up and lending their support...

Decrease in internships and placements due to COVID-19

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Lenka Minarovicova looks into the pandemic's effects on internships and placements...

Less than a third of all Newcastle professors female

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Despite employing more female staff than male, less than one-third of all professors at Newcastle University are female....

Government refuses multi-billion pound bailout for universities

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The UK government has reiterated their commitment to “ensuring our world-class HE system delivers for all students and the wider economy” in their Government Support Package....

Fewer than three Black professors at Newcastle

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90% of Newcastle University lecturers were white in the 2018/19 academic year....

Graduate to spend thousands suing university over a “pass” degree

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Umer Riaz, a former international student at the University of South Wales tried to seek £200,000 in damages over a “pass” degree in BSc Chemistry, which he received in 2016....

Equipment sharing database launched in Northern England

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A new equipment sharing database has been created to promote connectivity, efficiency and the sharing of publicly funded research assets, amongst eight of the North of England’s...

Students eager for General Election

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A recent study has found that UK students are welcoming the forthcoming General Election, as they believe the current government does not pay enough attention to the views of...

Tuition fee increase agreed

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The Government has recently rushed through the Higher Education and Research Bill, meaning that Universities are able to increase tuition fees annually until 2020. Initially,...