The system of higher tuition fees introduced by the government with the aim of saving money is likely to cost more in the longer term, a new report has warned.
The Scottish government’s budget risks damaging students and colleges, the NUS has argued.
Boris Johnson says Indian students should have their visa applications to study in the UK processed far quicker – but can he persuade his Tory colleagues?
In the US, commentators are now warning of the next group of loans that seem reckless and ready to collapse that could lead to the “the next financial crisis”.
Alex Hern covers the continuing deceit of Wonga over their targeting of students for their payday loans
Alex Hern reveals the outrageous attempt by Wonga to encourage students to take out payday loans.
Alex Hern looks ahead to 2012 and what the year holds for students in Britain.
The UK’s student visa system is turning prospective entrepreneurs away from the UK, according to a leading Indian newspaper, reports Will Straw from India.
As thousands of students march on London, Laura McInerney reports on the positives and negatives of the UCAS consultation document, which provides a glimmer of hope.
When the Lib Dem MP Adrian Sanders wrote that his party had ‘lost a generation of young voters’, he may have had his party’s screeching u-turn on tuition fees in mind. So whether student disaffection with Nick Clegg’s party is likely to have an electoral impact is one of the key questions of the 5th May elections.