Students Graduate From Online Courses

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The first batch of students have graduated from online MBA and MSc programmes at the University of Birmingham.


Universities Plan More Career Fairs in China

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Careers professionals at the University of Birmingham have already begun planning their next business partnerships in China after a joint graduate event in China attracted praise from employers, students and alumni.


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.


Newcastle University Reports Increase in Plagiarism

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There are increased fears that students at Newcastle University are buying their degrees by paying strangers to do their work for them.


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.


Portsmouth University Seals Partnership With Football Club

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Portsmouth Football Club is to advertise the University of Portsmouth on its team shirt later this month.


Newcastle University Moves up in Employer Rankings

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Newcastle University has moved up 20 places in the latest QS World University Rankings 2019.


Unite Planning Approval on Leeds Site

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Unite Group PLC has announced that Unite Students has been granted planning permission for a new 928-bed student development in Leeds.


The University of the Creative Arts Looks to Expand Campus Accommodation

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After a period of public consultation, The University of the Creative Arts has submitted plans for a set of new student accommodation blocks to be built in Farnham.


Leicester Student Accommodation to Close

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The University of Leicester will shut down Mary Gee Houses in Ratcliffe Road and reinvest the proceeds back into higher education at the institution.


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