Theresa May Set to Announce Tuition Fee Review

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Prime minister Theresa May is set to formally announce a year-long independent review of student finance today as she admits students in England face one of the most expensive systems of university tuition in the world.


Thousands of Students Face University Rent Arrears

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New figures suggest more than 17,000 students living in university halls fell behind on rent payments in the last year.


Kaplan to Open New Liverpool Facility

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Kaplan International Pathways is set to open a new college facility in Liverpool by September 2019.


Preston Council Due to Decide Fate of UCLan Student Centre

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In the coming weeks Preston City Council is due to discuss plans covering the new student centre and associated public space at the University of Central Lancashire.


New 400 Bed Development Proposed for University of Warwick Students

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McLaren Property have submitted plans to Coventry City Council for a new 382 bed development near the University of Warwick campus.


Manchester Students Launch Petition to House Rough Sleepers

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Hundreds of students have appealed to Manchester University to allow the homeless to occupy vacant rooms in Owens Park in Fallowfield.


Kingston Business School Awarded for Enterprise Efforts

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After beating out tough competition from ESSEC Business School and The International University of Monaco, the QS TopMBA.com Return on Investment Report has rated Kingston Business School number one in the world for MBA graduate start-ups.


Bath University’s vice-chancellor Steps Down Amid Pay Controversy

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The vice-chancellor of Bath University is stepping down amid criticism of her pay package worth £468,000.


New Report Shows the Huge Economic Impact of Medway's Universities

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New research by Viewforth Consulting Ltd. has found that the three British universities that have a presence in Medway contribute more than £143.6 million to the local economy.


Cambridge Students Demand the University Comes Clean Over Its Investments

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Cambridge students have marched in protest of the University's investment schemes.


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