Young Academic can today reveal that University of Essex Online only has two more intakes available for students to start an online degree before the rise in tuition fees. If prospective students begin their course before the end of July 2012 they will pay the current, lower tuition fees for the duration of their degree.
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Young Academic is delighted to announce that a University of Westminster film has won the equivalent of a student Oscar at the Student Academy Awards – seen by many as the highest global accolade for budding cinematographers.
Young Academic has been made aware of a great piece of technology that has been developed by none other than a student from Northern Ireland. The application, which is also a fun game has been created by medical student and Games Artist Ciléin Kearns from Derry and its purpose is to raise awareness of meningitis and septicaemia.
Young Academic can today reveal that a hand-picked selection of the UK’s finest university students will gather in London on Friday 8th June to compete in the grand final of Grad Factor TV’s Enterprising Talent.
Young Academic can excitedly reveal that UEL Sports journalism student, Chris Deacon, has used his journalistic talents to win the ultimate football fans’ dream. In enthralling student news, Chris has won the Big Pitch competition and earned the right to play at Wembley stadium.
Indeed, over half demand improved academic facilities and better accommodation as well as a plethora of other advantages after being forced to find considerable sums of money in order to study at their institution of choice.
Young Academic can today bring you news that the Vice-Chancellor of the University of East London has rejected the government’s claims that their higher education reforms would increase choice for students. In essential education news, he went on to warn many students that they face only the choice between a ‘no-frills’ degree or none at all.
The topics for the €30,000 Fly Your Ideas Challenge from Airbus have today been revealed to universities worldwide, Young Academic can reveal. Students around the world are encourage to get involved with this lucrative competition to be in with the chance to help shape the future of flight.
We have a great opportunity for any students out there looking to sculpt a career in radio on the form of a ‘money can’t buy’ prize find the very best stars of the future. Whether you see yourself as the next Chris Moyles or more of a Jeremy Vine, this competition could be perfect for young newshounds looking to break into the broadcast industry.