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The initial days and weeks of university life are incredibly hectic, and one barely has the time to think about them until they are over. Looking back, here are three thoughts incoming students may find helpful.
As education ministers from around the world prepare for the next Commonwealth Conference of Education Ministers (18CCEM), it is important to review progress made in achievement against international goals since the last meeting in 2009. But we also need to ask - what happens next?
The scientific community is in a flap over a new study that shows that crows are just as bright as children under eight. Researchers
'What will university involvement look like and how exactly will it work?' This is one of big questions that arose out of the Education Secretary, Michael Gove's announcement that exam boards need to involve universities in designing A-Levels.
Stephen Hawking recently gave a party - for time travellers. But while he told plenty of people about the date, sent out
Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour's son, who was jailed for his part in the tuition fee riots, will be allowed to return
Everybody knows of 'The Boat Race', of course. Every year around the Easter period, a selection of very good rowers from Oxford and Cambridge slog their guts out on the Thames for about 20 minutes to batter their opponents into exhausted defeat. Less well known is the women's Boat Race.
Yesterday, a presumably slow day at the BBC saw an article published on their website about somebody rejected from Oxford 'getting back' at the university.
British scientists have successfully 'grown' the three main types of cells that make up the walls of a blood vessel - a breakthrough
After being diagnosed with a rare form of motor neurone disease in 1964 at the age of 22, Stephen Hawking was given just