Student News

York awarded Silver under Government’s new TEF rankings

The University of York has been ranked Silver under the Government’s new Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) released today (22 June),…

Tuition fees set to rise under new government

University tuition fees are still set to rise to £9250 a year for new students from this September due to the…

“I am the facts and figures”: Shakira Martin elected NUS President

Firebrand single mother ousts Malia Bouattia at NUS conference

‘Unicorn League’ reveals billionaires’ schooling

A self-titled “Unicorn League”, which can can be found here, has begun to identify the schooling of the founders of multiple…

Increase in number of firsts awarded brings value and integrity of degrees into question

Evidence has shown a steep increase in students graduating with first class degrees. Within the past five years the percentage…

Lords veto private universities expansion bill

The House of Lords has shot down government reforms to the Higher Education and Research Bill which would have allowed an…

York students attend anti-Trump protest in solidarity with worldwide women’s marches

Students from the University of York attended a protest held by York Stand Up to Racism against the inauguration of…

Grad employers value work experience over degree

Recent research has shown that York is in the top four cities in the UK for graduates to begin their…

York Tories accused of a culture of sexism by old committee member

A female former committee member said to Nouse that: “there is a sense that women are just for decoration”

STAR and Amnesty International take lead on student response to burgeoning refugee crisis

On 5 and 6 NOVEMBER, Amnesty International UK organised its annual Student Conference at the Human Rights Centre, in Shoreditch,…

Nouse of the World: India post-Brexit target for business

In the post-Brexit world  Britain is desperately seeking to secure new trade deals with global giants such as India. However,…

University of York undecided over fee increases

The majority of universities would be allowed to charge £9,250