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In a recent development, plans to rename Linacre College in Oxford after Vietnamese airline mogul Nguyen Thi Phuong Thao have been shelved, as reported today. The college had initially

Employees at numerous British universities have canceled an impending strike set for next week, following agreements by several employers to cease pay deductions

 

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is contemplating a potential overhaul of the education system in England, which might introduce a new qualification known as the "British baccalaureate."

 

Queen's University has announced plans to create over 220 jobs as it commits to investing up to £100 million in constructing 460 student accommodations across three sites. These residences

 

In a noteworthy development, the number of 18-year-olds in the United Kingdom being admitted to universities has witnessed a decrease for the first time in five years. This decline follows a

 

New figures published by the government reveal that the number of schools in England dealing with deteriorating concrete has reached 174. This number has increased from

New research reveals that over 25% of universities in the UK are operating food banks and one in 10 are providing food vouchers to students amid the ongoing cost-of-living crisis.

 

Concrete surveys are being conducted at 120 schools in Northern Ireland to check for potentially unstable reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (Raac), according to the

 

Thousands more pupils are set to benefit from learning languages such as German, French and Spanish, as 19 schools have been selected to lead on boosting how these

 

Several schools in Leeds and Bradford have chosen to keep their students indoors on Thursday due to a received email threat. West Yorkshire Police has initiated an