Students Protest Over Cost of Living

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Durham University students have staged a protest about the proposed increase in the cost of accommodation.


Parliamentary Committee Attacks Tuition Fee System

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A parliamentary committee has branded the current tuition fees system for England's universities as a rip off, which represents poor value for money for taxpayers.


Legal & General Fund Lincoln Development

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Legal & General Investment Management’s real asset division will fund the development of two student accommodation scheme in the East Midlands.


Students to Face Even Higher Interest Rate Charges After RPI Increase

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Students in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will face even higher interest rate charges on student loans following an increase in the Retail Prices Index.


Unite Students Announces Latest Valuation Update

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Unite Group has released its latest valuation update for the Unite UK Student Accommodation Fund (USAF) and the London Student Accommodation Joint Venture (LSAV).


100 Jobs Under Threat at Struggling Aberystwyth

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Up to 100 jobs are to be cut at Aberystwyth University as it looks to make savings of £5.4m next year.


AZ Real Estate Acquire Birmingham Accommodation

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AZ Real Estate has snapped up a 136-bed student accommodation scheme in Birmingham on behalf of a private Russian buyer.


New Co-operative Model Looks to Cut the Cost of Student Living

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In a model based on those already established in the US and Canada, where hundreds of thousands of students live in co-operatives, students in Nottingham are setting up their own scheme to help provide affordable student accommodation.


Report Finds Three Southern Universities Contribute £4.2bn to the UK Economy

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A report by the Solent Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has found three universities in the South of England are injecting more than £4.2 billion into the UK economy each year, helping to support 52,300 jobs.


Ulster University Belfast Campus Faces Significant Delays

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Ulster University hasn't been able to provide a time-frame for when the new £250 million Belfast campus will be built, after work on the project stopped in February.


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