Every parent wants the best for their kids. Raising children in this day and age can be more overwhelming considering societal expectations. Adding to the pressure is the fear of being able to raise … [Read more...] about Raising Brilliant Kids According to Science
An international organisation has conducted a study regarding the wellbeing and life satisfaction of teenagers. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has surveyed 540,000 … [Read more...] about Recent Study Reveals Teenagers Are Generally Happy
The UK’s Higher Education and Research Bill has been passed and it represents the biggest shake up since the 1960s. Proposed in May 2016, the new law was passed last 27th April after PM Theresa May … [Read more...] about UK Parliament Passes Higher Education and Research Bill
The reputation for high-quality education is the main reason of majority of international undergraduate students for going to the United Kingdom to study science, technology, engineering and maths … [Read more...] about International STEM Students Chose UK for High-Quality Education
Universities in the United Kingdom are welcoming academics who are fleeing from war-torn Syria. This is reminiscent of the time when British institutions housed Jewish scholars escaping Nazi Germany … [Read more...] about British Universities Offer Refuge to Syrian Academics
Only around three weeks left and the UK universities academic year 2015 / 2016 start. And so does tens of thousands of new students' loans in Great Britain. The same is true in the United States where … [Read more...] about Income Sharing Agreement: Solution for Student Loan Crisis?
Before this year ends, a British astronaut will be sent to land on the International Space Station. Major Timothy Nigel Peake will launch on board Russian spacecraft Soyuz TMA-19M on 15 December 2015. … [Read more...] about A Space-Enabled Future and Present: From STEM Education to Postgraduate
You are allowed up to 4,000 characters for your personal statement. It is equivalent to more or less than 600 words. It may be a little bit too short for you to be able to include everything that you … [Read more...] about Personal Statement Using the Most Important Elements
Writing academic essays at university is a problem to almost all students. It should not be for students in a top university. Apparently, it is. Just like the essay writing of students in other … [Read more...] about Some Essay Exam Blunders at Oxford University
Writing essays, dissertations or any form of academic writing is one important part where university professors assess the learning of students and determine their marks and the degree they earn. … [Read more...] about Who Writes Your Essays?
Should the government totally ban the discussion of extremist views at university or allow it with the necessary controls and monitoring? Government ministers are now debating over the matter … [Read more...] about Extremist Views: Total Ban or Deal With in the University?
A newly completed tabulation of online ratings for professors shows gaps on how students see their male and female professors. Apparently, female professors are viewed by the students as, among … [Read more...] about New Evidence of Gender Bias: a Tabulation of Professors’ Online Ratings
There is a new league table that ranks the universities' practices relating to freedom of speech. It is the Free Speech University Rankings or FSUR which is a first of its kind. It is an eye opener to … [Read more...] about University Rankings on Free Speech: Censorship May Impede Learning
This Tuesday, 27 January 2015, the Department for Education released what is otherwise known as “destination data.” Specifically, it is the Statistical First Release of the Destinations of Key Stage 4 … [Read more...] about White Pupils, State Schools Underachieve in Flight to Higher Education
What do students need from the government in 2015? Authorities, experts, higher education sector insiders and pundits can give their opinions. Even politicians will! But the politicians are the ones … [Read more...] about What Students Say They Need from the Government
A professional body to represent teachers and champion high standard education practices will be set up with the help of the government. Education Secretary Nicky Morgan and Schools Minister David … [Read more...] about Independent Teachers’ College to be Set Up
Labour can seize power come next year’s tight elections if it can win around 10 seats. These seats can be won through student voters. And to win the student vote, Labour may need to promise to … [Read more...] about Student Vote Could Tilt the Balance of Power at 2015 General Election
Students from around the world go to the United Kingdom to get their international education. But for British students to further experience international education, on top of their UK education, they … [Read more...] about British Students to Experience India as Part of International Education
When we talk about classes in prisons, they are often skills trainings, values education, spirituality and religion. Durham University is taking a step further by introducing the first criminology … [Read more...] about Students and Prisoners Attend Criminology Classes Together
A study linking young students’ use of cannabis to their poor grades has triggered thoughts on looking into deeper and broader beyond the drug itself. Its lead researcher says that it is difficult to … [Read more...] about Cannabis-Grades Research Sparks Broader Study Talks