Government awards £500,000 to tackle BME attainment gap in Universities

A group of six higher education institutions and one college of further education, headed by Kingston University, has been awarded £500,000 by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) to help increase the number of students from...

Jolie delivers "wonderful" lecture at the LSE

Actress, filmmaker, philanthropist, Angelina Jolie overcame her nerves and delivered a stellar lecture on Women, Peace, and Security at the London School of Economics.

Indian scholars at Oxford University promise their contributions to India-UK relations

A group of 14 “The Chevening Rolls-Royce, Science, Innovation Leadership Programme (CRISP)” scholars from India, currently pursuing a 10-week course at Said Business School, University of Oxford visited the High Commission on May 11, 2016.

Cambridge drops historian from funding campaign

The British historian, David Starkey, was dropped by the University of Cambridge from a 3-minute video campaign called, Dear World... Yours, Cambridge, after academics and students labelled him as sexist and racist.

Teenage singer to raise money for the victims of Nepal Earthquake

Teenage singer Shakila Karim will be performing at a series of gigs to raise money for the victims of the Nepal Earthquake.

Students Becoming Sex Workers For Bills And Curiosity

A new research conducted by Swansea University has revealed that one in 20 students are turning to the sex trade to pay for their University and basic living cost- that is more than 100,000 students across the country. These jobs include prostitution, exotic dancing and stripping. The research also suggests that men are more likely to do so than women.


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