Malaysian students from around the country will be descending on South Yorkshire to take part in the 21st annual Sheffield Malaysian Games.
Messages of congratulations have been pouring in, as thousands of students across our region found out their GCSE results.
The pupils at a school destroyed by fire in 2009 have received their first results since their college was rebuilt.
Leeds University are offering counselling to students affected by the death of a climber in the highlands of Scotland.
Graham Connell from Castleford was with a party of 35 climbers from the university, when the tragedy happened in the Cairngorms at the weekend.
– Leeds University statement
We are sorry to learn of the death of one of our former students and our thoughts are with his family and friends. We are working with Leeds University Union and our counselling services to offer support to students who have been affected by this tragedy.
Former colleagues of a teacher from Castleford whose body was found after a climbing accident in the highlands of Scotland have described him as a "wonderful" teacher.
Graham Connell was with a party of 35 climbers from Leeds University, when the tragedy happened in the Cairngorms at the weekend.
– Ralph Thoresby School statement
Graham Connell was a wonderful member of staff who made a phenomenal contribution to Drama, Music and Dance productions over many years at Ralph Thoresby School. He will be greatly missed by staff and students and our thoughts are with his family at this difficult time.
The hillwalker found dead after five others were rescued in the Scottish Highlands has been named by police.
The body of Graham Connell, 31, from the Castleford area of Yorkshire, was found at the Jacob's Ladder area of the Cairngorms.
A report will now be submitted to Procurator Fiscal.
Braemar Mountain Rescue Team located five of the walkers, uninjured, on a hill near Carn Tarsuinn on Monday.
A major rescue operation to find six students from Leeds University who were missing in the Scottish Highlands has ended with five being airlifted to safety and a body being found. The group went missing in the Cairngorms yesterday. Ian Ramage reports
Police searching for six walkers, believed to be students from Leeds and missing in the Cairngorms, have recovered a man's body. There has been no formal identification, however police say there are currently no other outstanding missing people in the area.
Five of the missing walkers were been found safe and uninjured on a hill near Carn Tarsuinn by Braemar Mountain Rescue Team at around 12:10pm today. They were taken by helicopter to the Aviemore area. Shortly afterwards the body of a male was recovered in the Jacob's Ladder area of the Cairngorms.
No further details will be issued until all next of kin have been informed. Police inquiries into the incident are continuing. The walkers were part of a large group of 35 people who were visiting the Highlands. They are either from or connected to Leeds University.
Contact has been made with a group of six university students missing overnight in the Cairngorms. More than 100 people are involved in the search for the group, all from the Leeds area, and in their 20s. The alarm was raised when one of the party fell.
Members of the Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Team struggled through difficult weather conditions to reach the casualty. A spokesman for Northern Constabulary said: “Contact has now been made with the group via phone and Grampian Police are assisting us in terms of locating them at this time.
The exact location of the group is not known but efforts are currently focused on making direct contact with them. ”
The search was called off on Sunday night and began again early today (Monday) with 60 people involved after reinforcements arrived from a number of other teams.
Donnie Williamson, who is involved in the rescue, said: "Weather conditions are hellish. We can't see our knees. The access road is blocked and as soon as it is cleared, it all blows back in again so we are having difficulty getting our vehicles up the hill.
"Our boys are having to walk in front of the vehicles so they can safely negotiate the road. We struggle all night to get up on to the hill and only managed it by 6am."
The University of Lincoln is proving to be popular with A-Level students considering doing a degree there. So far this year 10,000 people have visited the Brayford Campus and today they are staging an extra open day to meet demand.
– Elly Sample, University of Lincoln
Interest in our three open days so far has been incredibly high with students travelling from across the UK to tour our facilities, speak to our staff and students and see our beautiful city.
We know there are many students out there who weren't able to make it to our previous open days. We have decided to hold this extra open day midweek so that anyone who would like to visit us but hasn't been able to do so will have that opportunity.
There's controversy today surrounding a student party night planned for Sheffield. In 2009 a teenager sparked nationwide revulsion when he urinated on one of the city's war memorials.
The company which organised that night out is returning with a theme described by the students union as disturbing. Tina Gelder has more.
Plans to build a waterfront village which would have housed more than a thousand students in Hull have been rejected by Hull City Council.
The campus would have been built on a 14 acre site at the now-derelict former St Andrew's fish Dock. But Hull Council's planning committee has voted unanimously against the development, saying the area was too remote for students and posed safety risks.