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Russell Group back door isn’t just an English issue

Last Sunday The Times released the results of an investigation of Russell Group universities, revealing that international students (who pay on average £22,000 a year in tuition) need far lower…

The Russell Group scandal: what’s going on?

The Sunday Times has released a report which shows that UK universities are enrolling international students for lower grades and more money. The report found 15 top Russell Group universities…

“Absolutely no budge” on no detriment policy from Russell Group, says VP Welfare

As her term in office nears its end, Vice President Welfare of Edinburgh University Students’ Association Niamh McCrossan said the University of Edinburgh is unlikely to U-turn and implement a…

The Student on Education Reform

Stop monetising our university experience Why do we go to university? What is it for? Realistically, nowadays, many go solely for that (supposedly) prospect-enhancing piece of paper, and to delay…

‘More to be done’ – University’s gender pay gap is above average

An investigation conducted by The Student has revealed that the gender pay gap at the University of Edinburgh was last reported to be 16.67 per cent, nearly one per cent…

Editorial: Russell Group student newspapers for no-detriment policy

As the editors of Russell Group student newspapers, we are writing collectively to request a reversal of the Russell Group’s statement, 7 January 2020, ‘on ensuring fair assessment and protecting…

Russell Group and University of Edinburgh reject calls for new no detriment policy

Following calls by students to reinstate the no detriment policy of March 2020, the University of Edinburgh has chosen to support the Russell Group’s statement that such policies are neither…

University of Edinburgh rejects calls for a ‘no detriment’ policy

In an email sent today, the Vice Principal Colm Harmon told students that the university would not be implementing a ‘no detriment’ policy in the light of recent new lockdowns.…