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Well, the nation may have gone right wing when it came to the general election, but that doesn’t mean that students should forget their left tendencies and forget to do their bit for the environment.
Durham University is the latest to take a stand on the issue of labour rights in the electronics industry. Using their spending power to push for fair electronics, they are the latest body to affiliate to Electronics Watch, an independent worker rights monitoring organisation growing in popularity across the public sector.
The first MorpheusCup will take place on 19 May 2015. Over 750 European universities and grandes écoles have been invited and are registering a team.
From September 2015 City College Southampton will be the only college in Hampshire to offer the prestigious University of the Arts London (UAL) Awarding Body level 3 qualification in graphics and illustration.
As the new generation of University students start to plan for moving into halls or shared digs this autumn, Equifax is highlighting to parents the potential ID fraud risks associated with communal living. The ID fraud expert is urging parents to make sure their offspring think about how they can protect their personal information as well as their valuables.
Centuries old rivalries between Oxford and Cambridge will be put to a new test this autumn when student riders will go head-to-head in the first-ever Flat race between the two Universities at Newmarket’s historic Rowley Mile course on Dubai Future Champions Day (17th October 2014).
We have some fantastic student news today for anyone looking to make a real difference for their University. Course comparison website UniversityCompare.com is searching for University ambassadors from every institution across the nation, could this be you?
The University of Luxembourg continues to expand the courses of study it offers in the natural sciences.
The Young Academic quest to find UK students all the offers, freebies and promotions they need to arm themselves for another busy academic year continues in earnest today, with a remarkable promotion from Santander. The bank are offering students who open a new student current account a free 16 to 25 railcard, which could save substantial money on travel over the course of a degree.