Leicester Universities Face Strike Action

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Leicester's two universities could face strike action as union members are balloted a second time on a walk out over pay and conditions.


De Montfort Switches off Social Media

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De Montfort University in Leicester is switching off all its social media channels for a few days to help encourage students to do the same.


Glasgow Accommodation to Be Renovated

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Student accommodation being managed by Glasgow University is expected to undergo renovation work before new students arrive in 2019.


VC Awarded Honorary Degree

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The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Liverpool has received an honorary degree from Queen's University Belfast.


King's College Proposes New Student Accommodation

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Plans have been put forward to build a major new student accommodation development in a Cambridge conservation area.


York Plans Set for Approval

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Plans to build nearly 1,500 beds on the University of York's East Campus look set to receive planning permission later this week.


Universities Face Job Cuts

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A number of universities are warning staff to prepare for redundancies in the new year.


University of Birmingham Scheme Faces Delay

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Plans to build hundreds of new student bed spaces in Birmingham could face delay.


Progress Slows in Closing the Attainment Gap

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The latest statistical release from UCAS shows that a record 19.7% of young people classified as living in the most disadvantaged areas of the UK were accepted through UCAS to start a course in September 2018.


UCAS Data Highlights Market Trends

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The latest UCAS data shows there has been a 0.6% decline in applications to full-time undergraduate degree courses in the UK for 2018-19.


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