Even the company responsible for collecting repayments admits that it can't tell students what they'll be.
Shankar Narayanan, head of UK&I, Tata Consultancy Services, explains how getting students excited about the digital future will be integral to fixing the UK’s digital skills shortage, and supporting the wider economy
A new government campaign tells potential recruits not to believe the “horror stories”. But should they?
Jo Johnson wants Labour to look “at the facts” on higher education. Here are some for him to get on with.
Students are people too. We vote, we care about the same things as others and we make our voices heard.
The policy case for Labour scrapping them is thin. But the political case for abandoning the pledge to remove fees is thinner still.
Supporters of fees may be right on the policy – but they're way off on the politics.
It shouldn't be a revelation that those working in public services tend to want more money for public services.
Downing Street's view on public sector pay is just that – Conservative MPs pull the strings now.
Why are deeply conservative views about the “promotion” of homosexuality still being reiterated to Scottish school pupils?
Tax cuts for me, but not for thee.