degrees

The company which owns exam board Edexcel and the Financial Times is to become the first FTSE 100 firm to deliver a degree
We all know the drill: stand up straight, force a smile and clasp onto that fake graduation certificate as tight as your
Fast food giant KFC have launched a degree in partnership with a UK university to train its restaurant general managers. The
Concerns have been raised over so-called "softer" science subjects being included with overall STEM subjects. A House of
Too many students are starting science and engineering degrees without studying maths at A-level, according to a report. Around
Susan Boyle is to be given an honorary doctorate for her contribution to the creative industries. She will be honoured by
Higher tuition fees will make graduates more likely to lie about their qualifications, a survey finds. The move to triple
Educating youngsters to A-level and degree standard boosts the UK's coffers by tens of thousands of pounds per student, new
A university cleaner has finally been awarded a degree in ancient Latin and Greek after 14 years of part-time studying. Gac
The government is putting short-term political aims above concerns over long-term migration with its plans to cut the number