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Young Academic has today learnt that The University of Westminster’s Broad Vision project will open…
Young Academic can reveal that npower has launched its fifth annual hunt for the country’s top students who have the passion needed to help tackle an environmental issue in their local area and inspire people to live more sustainable lives.
University is the best time of your life, with lots of friends, away from home and late night parties – but of course the real reason you are there is to get a good degree. Studying for exams and coursework can lead to stress, anxiety and sleepless nights. Read this Young Academic student news guide about how exam stress could well be damaging your teeth…
As Prime Minister David Cameron prepares to announce a time table for equal marriage, the National Union of Students (NUS) is today preparing to take the next steps in their ‘Come Out for Equal Marriage’ campaign.
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Young Academic can bring news today that 80% of the UK public say there are not enough good role models for children. Olympic superstat has been Jess Ennis voted the top role model of the 2010’s as Amway UK launches Britain’s Top Real Role Model for the second year with £10,000 awarded to a social entrepreneur.
Young Academic can reveal that Gabrielle Omar, star of the latest series of the TV reality show The Apprentice and principal of London architecture practice Lolli & Square, is setting up an architecture class at Plumstead Manor School in Greenwich today
A Middlesex University team has profiled its work to billions of people worldwide, creating clothes and props worn by Brazilian performers in the Olympics Closing Ceremony.
The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, widely regarded as one of the world’s leading providers of music education, is investing over a quarter of a million pounds in the learning environment in the coming year.