New graduates are being warned of the dangers of posting selfies with their degree certificates on social media.
Young Scots from deprived communities have more opportunities to go to university than their English, Welsh or Northern Irish counterparts, according to the Commissioner for Fair Access.
Graduates will have to repay their student loans over 40 years under plans for university funding reforms.
Tuition fees should be slashed to £7,500 – and maintenance grants should be reintroduced, an independent review has recommended.
The Education Secretary has branded claims of financial hardship among universities as “scaremongering” amid speculation that a review will recommend a cut in tuition fees.
An initiative to boost the number of youngsters from deprived communities in Scotland’s universities should provide a “step change in knowledge” on how to achieve this.
Top universities should look beyond exam results and lower entry grades for poorer students, the higher education watchdog has said.
UNIVERSITIES are urging the Government to continue funding study abroad in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
STUDENT activists from Glasgow University have occupied the institution’s Senate Room in solidarity with striking lecturers.
A SCOTTISH university's computer games degrees have been ranked best in Europe for a fourth year running.