British Queen celebrates


Over the past two decades, the Times Higher Education World University Rankings have evolved from covering just 200 universities to encompassing over 1,900 institutions,

In a powerful address at the Holocaust Educational Trust's annual fundraiser, Education Secretary Gillian Keegan reaffirmed the UK government's commitment to supporting


Staff members at the University of Stirling are preparing for a series of weekday strikes lasting three weeks due to a dispute over pay deductions.


Imperial College London has secured the top spot in the brand-new university league table published by The Mail, surpassing both Oxford and Cambridge. This achievement marks a significant


UK scientists will have access to the world’s largest research collaboration programme, Horizon Europe, as the Prime Minister secures a bespoke deal with improved financial terms for the


In a lively Prime Minister's Questions session dominated by the ongoing concrete crisis in schools, Rishi Sunak staunchly defended his government's actions and refuted claims that he was to


Staff at 140 universities across the UK have announced a five-day strike set to begin at the start of the academic term as part of an ongoing dispute over pay and working conditions.

A recent report by the Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR) indicates that the number of Jewish children attending Jewish faith schools in the UK is expected to reach


New research has unveiled that 43 universities in the United Kingdom have either not fully adopted or have explicitly refused to adopt the International Holocaust


Up to 287,000 state primary school children across London are now benefitting from free school meals thanks to unprecedented £135m emergency funding from the Mayor