'Support for special educational needs faces deficit of £536m'
'We face a looming crisis in meeting the unprecedented demand for support for these children'
Britain drops down university global rankings for employability
Germany has more than doubled the number of institutions in the top 150
Universities ‘must not shield students from uncomfortable ideas’
'We should be teaching students to deal with discomfort, not run away from it'
Failing universities will not be bailed out, regulator warns
'Too big to fail’ mentality leads to poor decision-making, regulator says
Student president apologises after vowing to paint over war mural
'I never meant the disrespect to anyone past, present and future'
Number of EU applicants to medicine falls to lowest point in decade
'The continued lack of clarity around leaving the EU has caused uncertainty', says Jo Burton, a policy analyst at the Russell Group
Parents ‘need to do homework on school places’ as competition builds
'It would be a waste of time to apply to a school unless child matches the oversubscription criteria'
Family of Newcastle university academic could be split by deportation
'I do not want to give up my job or have to move the kids now they are settled here'