The repayment threshold for Plan 2 student loans – the income level above which post-2012 student loan borrowers are required to make repayments - will remain at its current level of £27,295 per year for the next financial year. The …
Victims of sexual harassment in universities should never be silenced by Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), under a new pledge announced today backed by the government, universities, and campaigners. Here’s everything you need to know about our announcement on NDAs.
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi has set out his vision to build an education system that gives every child, regardless of their background, the best start in life. Here, he sets out in detail how his own experiences will help him …
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi has written an open letter to students on face to face teaching in higher education settings.
As many international students may be considering travelling back to England to their university or other higher education provider over the next few weeks, we have been working closely with the higher education sector to ensure that they are supported.
As universities reopen following the Christmas break, Universities Minister Michelle Donelan has been looking at the things she wishes she knew before she started university. She spoke about her thoughts with What I Wish I Knew About University. Here are …
Schools, colleges, universities, and early years settings are getting ready to reopen after their Christmas breaks.
Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi has written an open letter to education and childcare leaders on the return to education settings in 2022 and what it will look like.
Going to university is a fun and exciting time for most students – but it comes with unique challenges and stresses and can be extremely difficult for many who choose to go.
The new Omicron COVID-19 variant is spreading fast. Anyone who is unvaccinated or who hasn’t had their booster is at even greater risk from COVID-19 and more serious illness.