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Universities criticised for potentially “very dangerous” collaboration with Iranian University 

Researchers from the UK, the US, and Australia, collaborated with researchers at an Iranian university, which could potentially be “very dangerous” according to experts. The research focused on the use…

UK Universities spend millions to secure international students

In 2023, UK Universities spent £28 millions on scholarship programme agents fees to attract international students. According to data gathered by the Observer from the universities of the UK that…

When will Universities do the right thing and compensate their students?

In the coming weeks and months, University lecturers up and down the country are striking. Once again, students will be the ones that suffer. Over the past year, emails from…

Instagram account shines light on institutional rape culture

TW: rape, sexual assault Following the murder of Sarah Everard, the online platform Everyone’s Invited has seen a surge in testimonies of sexual assault linked to schools and universities across…

First Minister’s statement: return to ‘modified’ level 3 expected from April 26

In a statement on Tuesday, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced further dates for lockdown easing, including lifting the ‘stay at home’ order from April 2 and the potential for the…

“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…

Gavin Williamson announces measures designed to protect academic freedom

The Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced stringent new measures this week which aim to prevent free speech and academic freedom being infringed upon in higher education institutions. Upon implementation…

Students in Northern Ireland to receive £500 ‘disruption payment’

In an announcement by the Economy Minister for Northern Ireland, Diane Dodds, students were informed that they would receive a £500 “Covid Disruption Payment” to recognise the difficulties faced by…