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End of student cap was 'sprung on universities', ex-special adviser admits

Nick Hillman says government plans for a free-for-all ignored issues of university entry standards and how to fund enrolment Continue reading...

Students: recipes to impress your housemates with

Endear yourself to your new housemates with these tasty, simple and shareable recipes Continue reading...

Missed opportunities: why the new literacy and numeracy strategy is flawed

With no targets for providers and no ringfenced funding, the governments new strategy for improving basic skills could become yet more toothless rhetoric Continue reading...

Five mistakes you'll make during freshers week

Uncurl your toes, everyone does embarrassing things when they start uni. Have you done these yet?Share your pics of freshers week Continue reading...

Six UK universities get top marks for gay-friendliness

Universities provisions for lesbian, gay and bisexual students are improving year-on-year, according to ratings by Stonewall Continue reading...

Government system 'fails to address conflicts of interest' at academy schools

Payments to trustees and executives and conflicts such as in Birmingham 'Trojan horse' schools rarely detected, says report Continue reading...

US sues for-profit Corinthian Colleges over 'predatory lending scheme'

Consumer protection agency sues college for more than $500m, saying Corinthian lured in consumers with lies about jobsThe rise and fall of Corinthian Colleges Continue reading...

Top of the class: Imperial College joins Cambridge as Britains best university

Therell be upset in the quads as a prestigious survey puts Imperial ahead of Oxford and in joint second place globally Continue reading...

How to soundtrack your freshers week

Let our playlist guide you through freshers week embarrassment free or use it as inspiration to create your own Continue reading...

Free school meals: are the right children getting served?

A Lib Dem MP and an author of the pilot evaluation are among the latest to question Nick Clegg's claims for the policy's educational benefits Continue reading...

State school pupils doing worse in 'tutor-proof' 11-plus tests

Buckinghamshire's new exam was meant to improve poorer children's access to grammar schools. So what happened? Continue reading...

Four British institutions ranked in top six of world's universities

Cambridge University and Imperial College ranked joint second, with Oxford and UCL claiming joint fifth place in QS rankingsThe top 200 university rankings in full Continue reading...

Fifty-seven varieties of GCSE performance

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Ofsted to conduct snap inspections in dozens of schools across England

About 40 schools to receive no-notice visits by inspectors over two-week period after concerns about standards, says watchdog Continue reading...

Border skirmish

A mis-timed history lesson Continue reading...

QS world university rankings 2014 by subject

The top 100 universities in the world in 30 different subject areas, as ranked by higher education data specialists QS View the overall table Continue reading...

Sexual harassment rife at UK universities, says NUS

Survey finds 'laddism' rife on campuses, as 37% of women and 12% of men say they have faced unwelcome sexual advances Continue reading...

Music education still preserve of the rich, UK study shows

Drum kit and bass guitar gaining popularity, says Royal Schools of Music, but poorer children remain disadvantaged Continue reading...

How to make friends during freshers week

During freshers week everyone is terrified and insecure it's just a game of who can hide it bestStudents: share your pictures of freshers week Continue reading...

A**: the new GCSE super grade 9

In three years, the grade system for GCSEs changes from A*-G to 9-1. But there will be grades within each numerical grading too. Are you following? Continue reading...

Can free school meals revive the Lib Dems?

The partys £1bn policy allows all pupils in all infant classes to get a daily hot meal. Nick Clegg took a lot of flak when it was announced but how is it working out? Jay Rayner joins him in the school dinner queue Continue reading...

Why proposed funding changes will deter colleges from higher education

The governments vision for a new loans system will reduce the financial support available to colleges and could put off potential students Continue reading...

Freshers: not sure what to wear? Top student fashion bloggers advise

Its tempting to bring the entire contents of your wardrobe with you to university just in case. But it pays to be picky, considering how little room youre likely to have in student halls. To save you packing time and wardrobe space we asked our favourite student fashion bloggers what they wouldnt be without it Continue reading...

Am I too old to learn a new language?

The brain's neuroplasticity decreases with age, but this shouldn't put off older learners they do have some advantages From J-Lo to Strictly: why more students are learning Spanish Continue reading...

How hard is it to get through freshers week without drinking?

Freshers will feel the pressure to conform, but alcohol really isn't essential to your social success Continue reading...

Six types of student you'll meet in freshers week

Have you encountered any of these typical first-year students? Continue reading...

Ofsted criticises colleges for poor record helping Neets

The quality of teaching in English and maths is not good enough, careers guidance is weak and local authorities arent tracking progress effectively, according to the inspectorate Continue reading...

Freshers: go wild when it comes to joining student societies

From zombie apocalypse to medieval re-enactment, here are some of the quirkier societies on offer at universityRead more on freshers week hereStudents: share your pictures of freshers week Continue reading...

From J-Lo to Strictly: why more students are learning Spanish

Spanish is helping to reverse the decade-long decline in the number of students taking language GCSEs Continue reading...

Helping students with Asperger's prepare for university life

As the number of autistic students soars, universities are trying hard to help them with their social and life skills Continue reading...


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