For years Universities have been able to hide behind academic judgment, quickly following suit was the Office of the Independent Adjudicator (OIA). However, does the recent ruling in a case by a medical student at the University of Leicester limit the OIA’s scope on this issue? The medical student’s case was considered unjustified in the […]

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Labour leader, Ed Miliband, has announced that his party would lower fees as of September 2016 if elected, something he said “will benefit those starting courses next year” and “will benefit those already at university”. Apparently many students would welcome this change in policy and it would potentially help make higher education more accessible to […]

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