If you have used all five choices and you are not holding any offers you can add another choice through UCAS Extra which starts on 25 February 2016. This is for applicants who were unsuccessful with … [Read more...] about How to Get a Course through Extra
The Times Higher Education World University Rankings has recently released its 2015-2016 list of the 800 best global universities, and results show that the United Kingdom has surpassed its already … [Read more...] about UK Thrives at World University Rankings 2015
Academic year 2015-2016 has commenced in most universities in the United Kingdom but there are individuals who still find themselves without a university place. The Universities and Colleges … [Read more...] about The UCAS Clearing Vacancy Search is Almost Over. Apply ASAP!
Incoming freshers, get your university studies going to a good start and succeed with some specific advice from top head teachers of high schools. Returning students can also make use of these tips to … [Read more...] about Studying at University this Autumn Semester? Here are 6 tips to help you get started!
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
Results day will be next week, 13 August 2015. A levels and school is through and you are left with no choice but to wait for your results. Some students will get the exam results required for the … [Read more...] about University Application: What to Do If You Have Bad Grades
The deadline for applications to the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford is yet on 15 October. It is still three months away and yet you are here trying to know more about how to prepare … [Read more...] about Tips to Help You Prepare to Apply for Oxbridge
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
The Profzi Scheme is one iconic image from the "cult" PhD Comics. It was originally published in 9 March 2009. Way after this first publication, it has become a staple in post graduate circles. It is … [Read more...] about Charles Ponzi’s Higher Education, Career and the Ponzi Scheme
World Teachers’ Day has just been celebrated last Sunday, 5 October. The day is dedicated to honouring the teachers around the world for their contribution to people’s lives and the society in a … [Read more...] about Better-Designed Teacher Training to Fast Track Improved Learning Outcomes
Self-regulation is not enough to bring about gender equality on the composition of university boards. This is what the National Union of Students Scotland says. The group found out that the female to … [Read more...] about Legislation Is Needed for University Board Gender Equality in Scotland
Recently, many universities have started to offer teaching-route professorships. This is in response to students’ demand for more focus on teaching rather than on research. They have instituted … [Read more...] about Teaching Still Undervalued Despite Clamour
Have you come across an “ethical hacking course?” No, it isn’t the new oxymoron. It is Lancaster University’s cyber security programme offered alongside other institutions, like De Montfort … [Read more...] about Stay Employed with a Postgraduate Degree on Cyber Security
Three-quarters of the surveyed Tory parliamentary candidates have agreed. Foreign student entrants need to be “excluded from any target for reducing migration.” Furthermore, seventy per cent of … [Read more...] about Excluding Foreign Students from Migration Targets
A historical event in the context of eSports and League of Legends gamers is about to happen. Seventy applications are competing to make their way into the Robert Morris University-Illinois’ virtual … [Read more...] about Video Gamers Offered US’ First Virtual Athletics Scholarship Programme
“More than nine million jobs for year 2022.” The Institute for Public Policy Research or IPPR knew how to make good news possible, doesn’t it? Apparently, this figure doesn’t apply to all … [Read more...] about Technical Education Will Soon Grow On-Demand Over Higher Ed, Says report
Possible and impossible are two words that prop when discussions veer close about measuring ‘good teaching.’ Concerns about the generous definition of ‘good teaching’ threaten to slam down any … [Read more...] about Ruling Out the Best Way to Measure ‘Good Teaching’
Last year, the US’ grade-point average (GPA) system landed in several UK universities. Not long before that, another American trend is making its way to UK universities. The trend, being conceivably … [Read more...] about Major/Minor Degrees: Adapting Another US-Higher Ed Feature
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