Category: Student News

Student News Flash: Met Office and leading UK Universities launch Academic Partnership

Young Academic brings you important student news regarding one of the UK’s most prestigious organisations. Building on a strong history…
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More violence as students march once again in tuition fee protest

UK students grabbed the headlines earlier in the month as the NUS march got totally out of control, resulting in
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Important student news from Young Academic: Are you aware of the dangers of carbon monoxide?

Young Academic are committed to bringing you every aspect of student news, from entertainment to academia to University guides. Today…
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Memonic launches in the UK so you can ‘keep the essential’

Young Academic bring exciting news for any of you that struggle (or can’t be bothered) with note taking in those…
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Young Academic school report: London dominates again

Young Academic continues to bring you best of the current student news with this report on the best academic institutions…
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Newly Launched Recruitment Site Claims that Resumes and CVs are ‘Boring, Ineffective and Obsolete’

Yesterday, Young Academic brought you news of a video CV site designed to spruce up your resume. This interesting feature…
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You’re Hired! Unemployed fast-forward their job hunt with video CV’s

With unemployment levels closing in on 2.5 million, Young Academic bring you news of video recruitment specialist ‘Meet The Real…
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NUS condemns violent actions of “rogue protestors” for undermining the message of 50,000

Young Academic can bring you news of perhaps the most significant day in modern times for UK students… Around 50,000…
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Young people to challenge academics on ‘youth culture’ theories

As part of the already featured Cultural Olympiad programme, Stories of the World: London, Young Academic can bring you news…
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Bush defends torture of terror suspects

Former President of the United States, George W. Bush, has publicly defended the waterboarding of prisoners following September 11th. Whilst…
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