As Theresa May appears to U-turn over tuition fees, we examine the history of the debate.
Four years is a very long time. What else has can take four years?
The Labour Party has been under fire in recent days over allegations that it would write-off existing student debt if in governnment. What happened?
Some of the UK’s most prestigious institutions have slipped in a ranking of the world’s top 100 universities by reputation.
A university degree may no longer be the golden ticket to an ideal job in Singapore amid a growing pool of degree holders and fast-changing economy.
A-Level results day will prove an extremely stressful occasion for many students but the new exam system will not relieve this pressure
It’s only ten weeks until the Scottish Independence referendum. If recent polls are to be believed then the ‘Yes’ campaign is gaining momentum.
As early as age 14, researchers say, a child’s grades are a good predictor of whether the child will graduate from college. Why?
Two out of five UK graduates are still looking for work six months after completing their studies, and one in four are still job hunting a year after graduation - leaving many of them asking whether they made the right choice by pursuing academic studies instead of an apprenticeship.