Young Academic is delighted to report that tonight (25th October) sees the relaunch of a…
Following the UK’s decision to leave the European Union, there has been a lot of…
As any regulars here at Young Academic will know only too well, we are obsessed with culture here at the UK’s national student news website. As such, we can bring you news of an intriguing survey being run by The Goethe-Institut. This focuses on what exactly in means to be European and will be running until mid-May and complements the very exciting Ten Cities project which is being co-ordinated by The Geothe-Institut Nairobi…
Young Academic can reveal that The Green Party has called upon George Osborne to stop encouraging private shareholders to profit from public construction projects.
Mark Carney, current Governor of the Canadian Central Bank, has today been announced as the next governor of the Bank of England. He takes over from Sir Mervyn King – who has been in charge of the Bank of England for ten years – finished his second term next year and has to endure some of the worst financial conditions of modern times.
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 Mayor of London, Boris Johnson launched a new initiative to help tackle the growing number of unemployed young people inLondon. As we continue our quest to bring you all the education news and career information that matters, Young Academic can reveal that the scheme was launched on the same day as the latest unemployed figures were announced by the government, showing yet again that youth unemployment is on the rise.
Young Academic can reveal that the two teenage students that took their fight over scandalous tuition fees to the high court have lost their case. In disappointing education news, it seemingly seems that the powers that be believe tripling fees for new students is perfectly acceptable and in fact doesn’t stop true academics from entering into higher education.