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Exams fiasco: back to the drawing board?

“Ask me my three main priorities for government, and I tell you: education, education and education”, Tony Blair famously declared in 1996. Of course, he was right, even if he…

PM pledges major reforms to post-18 education

From next April, adults with no Level Three qualifications will be able to undertake college courses for free. Speaking from a college on Tuesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a…

Scrapping predictive grades and unconditional offers is a step in the right direction

Unlike most university application processes found around the world, the current application process in parts of the UK requires students to apply for university places using only their predicted grades…

The university admissions process should be more lenient

Whilst many universities are making contextual offers for students from less privileged backgrounds, there are still a number of flaws in the system. I am a student at The University…

All degrees should be held with great pride: don’t discourage the artists

Teacher, philosopher, aspiring writer, barista? What does the future hold if you study an arts degree? As a history student, I have been asked many times about the £36,000 of…