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Tuition fees and student disillusionment

In the context of the recent UCU strikes, debates over the fairness of tuition fees have become an increased issue of concern for students. Should students receive refunds for the…

Two year degrees won’t completely solve the whole British higher education system

It is easy for political debates other than Brexit to get buried in mainstream media at the moment. Important to note, however, is the news that the House of Lords…

Varying fees across subjects is not the way to fix higher education

The average UK graduate student will leave university buried under the weight of £50,800 in student debt. This tremendously high figure is unfortunately made even more daunting by its relentless…

“We have a world, a future, to win!” Students across the UK march for lower fees and better rights

A national demonstration organised by the NUS and UCU took place in London on Saturday, 19 November.

Rising tuition fees must be tackled

I am lucky enough to be one of a select group that don’t pay fees to attend this university. The Scottish government has kindly given me a free ride. So…

Think tank report criticises English student loan system

The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has criticised the funding system of English universities for “representing the worst of both worlds.” The report, released on Tuesday, came just before the largest…

Edinburgh students protest in London for free education

Over 8,000 students from all over the UK assembled in London last week for a demonstration in support of free education and opposing cuts to education funding. The march was…