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Students are cheating on their UCAS forms
Figures obtained by You & Yours reveal a sharp rise in the number of students trying to cheat their way into university. Broadcast...
Keele Arboretum Tour with David Emley
Keele Arboretum curator David Emley takes us on a tour around Keele University campus and woods. The Keele arboretum was set up in 2001...
Talking With Nick Petrie #jeecamp
Some great stuff in that podcast. Was editor of Dundee Uni magazine for 18months, will b diverting my successor to listen to tips contained herein, thank you. TGW
Prof. Stéphane Garelli - IMB Business School and University of Lausanne speaking at Orange Business Live 2012 in Rome
How is tax going to change?
Office 365 University: a penny saved is a penny earned
A Tale Of Two Albums.
Interview with Charlotte, part of a group occupying the Radcliffe Camera at Oxford University #demo2010 #students protests
Lisa Maharjan from University of Birmingham Nepalese Society reacts to second earthquake in Nepal
Keith Barnes - Pro-Vice-Chancellor of Strategic Partnerships and Development at the University of Salford
Keith talks about the impact that working with the Beacon has had on the University's public engagement and partnership working.
Education. Are the minority groups still a minority?
More Black and Asian students than white progress their studies into higher education. Recent statistics from the Department of Education...
Life or University?
I'm quite happy studying life. It's certainly cheaper than any structured learning. The problem as i see it, is that in this counrty & i suspect many others as well. Is that the system is set up to more or less force you into college & university as a teenager. I'm not saying that nobody studies as a "mature" student, but they are in a small minority. We are channeled into studying early & then going into a career. We need a complete rethink, imho. Perversely, the current financial problems may well allow some people to make career changes they would never have had the chance to make otherwise.
Great topic... Well, first of all, it's never too late; I think you should go to university now and study something that truly interests you just because you want to, not because it will pay off in a career. And, truly, at any age, that's the only reason to study anything. My own educational journey had a few starts and stops. I took a couple of years of before going to college the first time, then when I did it was to study film & broadcasting - a degree I never finished. I went a few years later again (at 27) to get a degree in Politics, then went on to get a Masters in Public Policy, which is pretty much related to the career I subsequently had in the nonprofit sector. But more important, it was an opportunity to learn how to learn; to explore different ways of looking at the world, analyze options, and arrive at my own, better-informed, conclusions about the way things are, or should be. Your points about someone in their late teens or early 20s having no idea who they'll be later is so true. The ultimate educational system would require four years of work, then a year of study, then four years of work, then a year of study, and so on throughout one's life. I think we'd all be better informed and happier in a situation like that.
Paddy Ashdown takes apart @universityleeds student re tuition fees on @bbc5live with @nickyaacampbell
Pure slime from Paddy...
Library Spinny Chair Recording!
Warwick University student Russell Dabb says the aim of the graduate recruitment database is to improve graduate retention in the area:
Peace One Day at UL
Sam & Naim Lynn talk about Temple University
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