British Queen celebrates


The Centre for European Democracy Studies in Brussels is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year. This research institution was founded in 2008 to study the most pressing issues of


In celebration of 110 years since its first Cambridge English exams, Cambridge University has released a portion of an English test that was administered in 1913. Interestingly, this initial exam


The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) has become the target of a severe cyber attack as a ransomware gang, known as Rhysida, demands 20 bitcoin (equivalent to £450,000) in


Plans by Christ Church, an Oxford college, to move a 300-year-old boundary stone have faced objections from Historic England. The proposal aims to facilitate the construction of 1,450 new


Alumni UK is a global platform available to all graduates of UK universities, helping to facilitate networking and discussions with likeminded alumni.

New analysis suggests that grade inflation at English universities has seen a decline for the first time in ten years. Across 144 institutions, the percentage of students awarded a first-class


The Secretary of State for Education, Gillian Keegan, has announced that she is recommending Sir Martyn Oliver for the post of His Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Education, Children’s Services

More girls are set to benefit as the Government publishes a two-year plan to improve equal access and the quality of PE and sport in schools for all pupils. The School Sport and Activity Action


Hundreds of Ukrainian Jewish refugee children residing in Poland are being provided with informal educational programs this summer to strengthen their connection to their Jewish identity.

Students and taxpayers will be better protected against rip-off degree courses that have high drop-out rates, don’t lead to good jobs and leave young people with poor pay and high debts, the