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Students Asked to Move Due to Safety Concerns

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King's College London is facing criticism after informing hundreds of students that they need to be relocated to alternative accommodation due to unspecified "fire safety concerns".


Investors Circle IQSA in £4bn Takeover Bid

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Reports indicate that some of the world's largest property investors are considering a takeover bid for iQ Student Accommodation (IQSA) as it considers either a sale of stock market listing in 2020.


TCDSU To Take More Active Stance on Student Accommodation

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Trinity College Dublin Students' Union's (TCDSU) has passed two motions that will see it take a more active stance on lobbying for lower rents and building more publicly funded student accommodation.


University Workers to Strike Over Pay and Pensions

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Members of the University and College Union (UCU) are to strike for eight days in disputes over pay and pensions.


Student Union Votes Not to Support Rent Strikes

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Trinity College Dublin Students' Union (TCDSU) has voted against adopting a stance that would see it support rent strikes by student activists.


CERN Collaboration to Provide for Placement Opportunities

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The University of Bath has entered into an agreement to join a long-running experience group based at CERN.


Lincoln Falls Out of the Top 50

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The University of Lincoln has dropped out of the top 50 in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2020.


Oxford Tops Latest University League Table

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Oxford University has been ranked as the best university in the annual Times Higher Education world rankings for the fourth year in a row.


Bristol University Offer Accommodation in Wales After Running Out of Beds

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Bristol University has been offering students accommodation in Wales after running out of room at its own halls.


Universities Providing Cash Incentives in a Competitive Market

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Universities are being criticised over their use of cash incentives to persuade students to join their courses, with those going through clearing being offered scholarships of up to £4,500.


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