Fears of Scottish Students Allayed
Written on Saturday, 20 January 2018 13:58

Times Higher Education Supplement 24 May 2012

Fears that Scottish universities would offer more places to undergraduates from the rest of the UK because they come with more money attached appear to be unfounded, research by Times Higher Education suggests.

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Rise in UK Applications to Irish Universities
Written on Saturday, 20 January 2018 13:58

BBC News 23rd May 2012
The number of UK students who have applied to study at universities in the Republic of Ireland has risen by 28%, according to preliminary figures. The Republic's Central Applications Office (CAO) confirmed 2,455 students from the UK have applied so far this year, compared with 1,923 last year.

In the Republic, fees are much lower than in England, at €2,250 (£1,810) per year.

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EU scores well in New Global Rankings of National Higher Education Systems
Written on Saturday, 20 January 2018 13:58

A new system of ranking countries said to be the ‘best’ at providing higher education was published recently by Universitas 21, the 15-year-old global network of 23 leading research-intensive universities*

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Study in Europe Information Sessions
Written on Saturday, 20 January 2018 13:58

EUNiCAS is running its next public information sessions at the end of the month, in London and Dublin, where you can learn about the opportunities to study in Europe, through English, both in 2012 and 2013. Find out about programme availability, entry requirements, application procedures, student support and much more.

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Three-Quarters of English Universities to Cut Student Places
Written on Saturday, 20 January 2018 13:58

Daily Telegraph 29 March 2012

Almost 100 out of 130 universities in England could be forced to take fewer undergraduates this year numbers following the introduction of reforms designed to drive down tuition fees, it emerged.

Many members of the elite Russell Group are among those facing reductions, with Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle and Southampton being particularly hit.

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