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Money collapsing

‘I feel conned’: UK students on soaring rates of student debt

Student debt is one of the most contentious issues when it comes to higher education. Two students express their views on how debt affects them  

Princeton University

World Reputation Rankings 2017: studying at Princeton University

Princeton University, ranked the seventh most prestigious university in the world, has opened up a world of opportunities to Peyton Lawrenz

TEF: how will school pupils considering university use the results?

Following publication of the TEF results, what do prospective university students think of the new tool? Seeta Bhardwa writes

gold silver bronze TEF rating

TEF: What do students think of their university’s ratings?

Students from institutions rated gold, silver and bronze express their views on the UK government’s teaching excellence framework (TEF) and consider if it makes a difference to how they view their university

National University of Singapore - Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific: finding a place at the National University of Singapore

As a female engineer, Rebecca Tan felt there were lots of reasons why the National University of Singapore was the right choice for developing her skills

Making a student film

How to make an award-winning student film project

Five essential tips for creating a student film or television programme 

Exam results

TEF: what does a recent graduate think of the framework?

Kieran Knight reflects on the teaching excellence framework results and whether new students will find it a useful tool

Colleagues around a nest of gold eggs

TEF: striking the balance between teaching and research for students

Students at Liverpool Hope University reflect on how teaching and research are linked in the wake of the TEF results