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In celebration of the 300th anniversary of Scottish writer and philosopher Adam Smith's birth, Dr. Joseph Henrich, a distinguished American academic from Harvard University, has been

 

The Deanery CE Academy in Wichelstowe, near Swindon, which opened in 2019, has received the lowest possible rating from Ofsted. Inspectors found numerous areas of concern, including

A £5.5 million green retrofit using UK Government funding is underway on a research vessel based at Bangor University.  

 

 

A team from the University of Oxford is embarking on a project known as "Their Finest Hour," supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, to create a national archive focused on World War Two.

Every teacher in England is set to benefit from new resources powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI), supporting them to plan lessons and build classroom quizzes, and helping to

 

The Home Office has issued a warning to universities following a noticeable increase in foreign students seeking asylum within months of their arrival in the UK.

 

At the Student Loans Company, we remain at the forefront of supporting the education sector by providing trusted, transparent, and accessible student finance services.  And we have marked

Regional clusters of world-class innovation across the UK are being backed by a share of £75 million that will boost local economies and pioneer game-changing solutions from healthcare to net

 

Oxford University has been identified as the sixth-largest recipient of funding from fossil fuel companies among all UK universities during the 2022-23 period, as reported by an investigation


A British student currently studying in the United States has ignited a lively transatlantic conversation about the distinctions between British and American universities.