Tag Archives: Education
Toby Young, writer and Director of the New Schools Network, has resigned from his position at the Office for Students following criticism over past comments on social media.
Plans to freeze tuition fees at £9,250 and raise the repayment threshold to £25,000 have been announced by Theresa May, ahead of a speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester later today.
Do you know what the scariest thing about being at university is? No, it’s not the workload and deadlines! What’s scarier than that is knowing that the end of your student life is approaching very fast…
Group work is pretty high up on the list of things that every student hates along with fines, out of date milk and 9ams. But every degree will require you to do it at some point, so Kit Vickery tells us how we can make it a bit easier!
At university, there are always a lot of questions surrounding subjects we don’t know anything about, so Lifestyle Editor Becky Lancashire went out to get answers from people who’ve been there.
There are lots of apps out there that can help with your revision timetable, organise your tasks, or even keep you motivated – you just need the right one for you.
From education to health, most people regret something. The Linc look at whether they are healthy and how you can live your life without regrets.
It’s SU handover week and as the next executive team start their roles, The Linc speaks to Kayleigh Turner about her two years as a full-time officer.