How an engineering professor who “flunked my way” through high school math and science went on to create the world’s most popular online course.
Whether you’re just graduating or have been paying student loans for years, a few basics could make a big difference.
Our EU exit will endanger the UK’s scientific capability and the liberal and cosmopolitan culture on campus The unthinkable now has to be thought. The UK is abandoning Europe, which – let’s be honest – is what leaving the EU
Despite the vote I remain an optimist – a cross-border European community of scholars predates the EU by centuries The referendum will be regarded as a good day for Ukip and a bad day for British universities. But it is
It’s a difficult adjustment for most parents once their children have left home. Here we offer advice on how to cope with the feeling of loss You’ve looked after them for 18 years through the good times and the bad.
Juggling university deadlines and caring for family members is not an easy task – and too many students are doing it alone Becky Hammerton, a second-year college student, has been a carer since the age of nine. She looks after
Universities loom large among the 46 winners, but Grayson Perry’s House for Essex and other deserving buildings are missing from architectural honours A bucolic motorway service station fit for the Teletubbies is joined by a bulbous blue drawing studio and
I fell in love with this country on a university exchange and built my academic career here. Now I’m not sure I’ll be able to stay, or even if I’d want to I am a migrant from the European Union.
As part of our Students Express series, we asked you to share your end-of-year artwork. Here is a small selection of the hundreds of contributions we’ve received so far You can view all the entries or submit your own art
A survey in London has shone a light on students who are couch-surfing or in emergency accommodation. Its authors fear it’s the tip of an iceberg At 5am on the day of the eviction university student Mary Nadunga woke her