Having gone through the application process and the nerve-wrecking period of waiting for a response from your chosen universities, it’s time to think about the formalities of moving to the UK, and the first thing you should consider is
2015 was a great year for TV, but with so many great shows coming out in such a short space of time it was easy to lose track. So if you’ve run out of things to watch and are itching to crack open a new boxset, here are 7 great TV shows from 2015 you probably missed.
Pre-drinks round Tory Halls, anyone? No? Well it could soon be a possibility, because student-style accommodation is an option currently being put forward for MPs who live outside London.
Second homes in London for Members of Parliament can get very pricey. Until n
The prospect of applying to study at a university in a foreign country can be daunting to say the least, so we’ve put together this series of articles to offer some crucial guidance and support to international students looking to study in
We’ve all been there: being so in awe of a politician that you just can’t help but get a massive picture of their face tattooed on your body for all to see. Alright, so maybe we haven’t all been there, but someone certainly has.
Hannah Scott is 18 years old
The British university system has witnessed new highs in plagiarism and cheating based on an investigation of 129 universities by The Times. New figures claim that in the past three years, almost 50,000 students have been caught cheating at British universities.
A new year brings us a slew of new things to watch, and 2016 is looking like a promising year for new TV shows. These shows range from high budget US series to your typical British comedy that gets you through your week, and all are looking great.
Imagine you are paying some of the highest rates of rent for student accommodation in the country, and you can barely spend any of your time there as the construction works outside are too disruptive to work through. By the time you get home and the construction works have sto
The three or four years you spend at university will be a time of change time for everyone and before you graduate, it is worth thinking about what it is you value and want to get out of the whole experience.
For some people, the ultimate goal is to co
Several universities across the country lost internet connections following a cyber attack in December.
Network JANET, used by many universities across the UK, faced a persistent Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) last Tuesday 8 December, leaving multiple in
When it comes to cutting government expenditure, Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA) has long been a speculated target. Cuts and shifting responsibilities were first proposed in 2014 by David Willets, the then universities Minister, but were sidelined due to protests by the Na