More than a third of recent graduates do not think their degree was good value for money, according to a poll.
Cambridge University produces the most employable graduates in the UK, according to a new poll.
Students from the richest homes should pay £12,250 a year in tuition fees, while going to university should cost the poorest nothing, it has been suggested.
City dwellers can be prone to shocks when moving somewhere smaller for the first time.
Hundreds more poor students could be admitted to the UK’s top universities if entry requirements for these youngsters were dropped by two A-level grades, according to research.
Universities are being urged to consider blocking websites and using smarter plagiarism-detecting software in a bid to crack down on cheating.
Black, Asian and minority-ethnic people (BAME) face a jobs gap and pay “penalty” despite an increase in the number obtaining degrees, a study shows.
Activist Malala Yousafzai is taking up her place at Oxford University in the coming weeks and turned to Twitter for help with her packing list.
Sometimes the oldest jokes are the best.
New figures show "some progress" being made in the number of youngsters from the poorest areas going to university.
Their fierce rivalry can be traced back through hundreds of boat races, University Challenge competitions, and scores of other meritocratic indices.
Starting university is an exciting new chapter for young students, but it can also be daunting and stressful.
Five Scottish institutions have been named among the top 200 universities in the world in the latest global rankings.
More than 4,000 pupils from Scotland’s poorest communities will be going to university, officials have confirmed.
The SNP has been accused of repeatedly delaying a key announcement on university funding for "cheap conference cheers".
Nicola Sturgeon's premiership has overseen a widening in the gap between the richest and poorest getting to university, official figures show.
Students from a north-east university have put their IT skills to the test after being tasking with creating a website for the Lord Lieutenant of Kincardineshire.
Police have launched an investigation into allegations of fraud at the Aberdeen University Student's Association (AUSA).
The University of Aberdeen is offering a discount on postgraduate education to unemployed oil and gas workers.
More than 75 young people have graduated from Aberdeen’s first ever Children’s University following a special ceremony held at the University of Aberdeen’s Elphinstone Hall. To read the full article, visit our sister recruitment site here
Aspiring occupational therapists can find out more about the profession during a free workshop in Aberdeen.
An architecture student has helped bring joy to children in Sweden by designing an innovative new playground.