AUGUST 12, 2020
BTEC NATIONALS: WHO ARE THE STUDENTS WHO DIDN’T JUST DO A-LEVELS?
The summer ritual of A-level results day is so well known it’s easy to forget the thousands of students receiving their BTec National
AUGUST 4, 2020
‘FLEXIBILITY’ THIS YEAR OVER STAYING ON FOR A-LEVEL
BEING A CHINESE STUDENT IN THE US: ‘NEITHER THE US NOR CHINA WANTS US’
Stranded abroad by the coronavirus pandemic and squeezed by political tensions, Chinese students in the United States are rethinking their
SEPTEMBER 16, 2021
ONLINE CLASSES ‘WOULD NOT JUSTIFY HIGH UNIVERSITY FEES’
Students in England pay some of the highest tuition fees in the world – but that will not be sustainable if much of the teaching stays
DECEMBER 5, 2020
COVID: HOW ARE STUDENTS TRAVELLING HOME FOR CHRISTMAS?
University students around the UK are beginning their journeys home for Christmas after mass testing to
AUGUST 14, 2020
CORONAVIRUS: HOW CAN I FIND A NEW JOB?
AUGUST 14, 2020
A-LEVELS: ANGER OVER ‘UNFAIR’ RESULTS THIS YEAR
There is anger among schools, colleges and students, after nearly 40% of A-level grades awarded on Thursday were lower than
MAY 19, 2021
UNIVERSITY STUDENTS ‘FED UP’ WITH MORE ONLINE LECTURES IN AUTUMN
The past academic year has been one where many university students have felt isolated and
‘IT’S YOUR DEVICE, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO REPAIR IT’
What would you do if your smartphone was damaged or stopped working? Take it to a repair shop or perhaps upgrade to a
MAY 7, 2021
TAKING AN INVENTION FROM IDEA TO THE MARKETPLACE
When Dr Fransisco Velasco started work on a Covid ward, he found himself commuting to work with his laptop and notes in a bin bag.