A student from Bristol University says he feared for his life after falling into depression and not getting the support he needed.Read the full story ›
A father is campaigning for change after his 19-year-old son took his own life during first year of university.Read the full story ›
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Local business owners say the fact students are away for half of the year affects income.Read the full story ›
Devon Police have made an appeal to students and their parents to not let end of exam celebrations turn criminal after two arrests are made.Read the full story ›
Sir James Dyson wants overseas students to be removed from official immigration figures to bring in more talent post-Brexit.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of students from the West are heading to London today (4 November) to take part in a demonstration calling for free education.
The protesters are angry about the Government scrapping Maintenance Grants, its plans to raise tuition fees and slashing support for disabled students.
Around 10 thousand people attended a similar rally last year:
Under the plans, student grants, available to undergraduates from low income families, will be replaced by loans, in a shake-up of education funding. Critics say it could put the poorest students off attending university.