By George Eaton - 05 August 04:40
More than half of English universities expect fewer students as a result of the fees rise.
By George Eaton - 01 August 04:35
The immigration cap is deterring foreign students from applying, says Universites UK head Steve Smit
By Stefan Collini - 04 July 01:00
How the pursuit of truth is under threat.
By Gareth Thomas - 29 March 07:12
The coalition’s higher education reforms are unnecessary, unfair and incompetent.
By Mehdi Hasan - 07 December 12:26
You decide. But those of us who are not white are rather fed up with such goings-on.
By Caroline Crampton - 13 September 05:29
Putting tuition fees up to £7,000 will leave middle-income graduates repaying up to £15,000 more tha
By Samira Shackle - 07 September 01:24
He was among 57 Lib Dem MPs who signed an NUS pledge to vote against any rise in university tuition
By Richard Darlington - 20 August 01:05
The current system is elitist and outdated, and forms a barrier to social mobility.
By Aaron Porter - 20 August 12:18
150,000 students have made the grade but will be denied a place. What does the government expect the