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Plans have been unveiled to revamp one of the world's oldest public museum buildings, the History of Science Museum in Oxford. The proposals aim to enhance accessibility and inclusivity

 

Education Secretary Bridget Phillipson has initiated efforts to fulfill the government’s pledge to recruit 6,500 new teachers, taking significant steps to reset the relationship with the teaching

 

New research from CBRE has unveiled Bristol as the second most expensive city for student accommodation in the UK, closely trailing behind London.

 

Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako of Japan undertook a nostalgic journey back to their alma mater, the University of Oxford, on June 28th.

 

An encampment outside the Oxford University Museum of Natural History, where students were protesting against the war in Gaza, is being dismantled.

 

Pro-Palestinian student protesters have ended their month-long encampment on the ground floor of a London School of Economics (LSE) building. The group initially set up the encampment

 

María Isabel Amorín has been awarded the 2024 Chevening Alumni of the Year for her exceptional contributions to sustainable development projects.

 

Imperial College London has achieved a significant milestone by surpassing the universities of Oxford and Cambridge in a prominent global ranking system.

Timothy Garton Ash, a renowned history professor at Oxford University, has donated his prize money from the prestigious Lionel Gelber Prize 2024 to the

 

Recent figures demonstrate that graduates from both Oxford Brookes University and the University of Oxford are outpacing their counterparts from other universities in