Students may be compensated for lost teaching during UK lockdown | Education

Students could be awarded financial compensation for lost teaching time during the Covid-19 lockdown after the…

Universities may face sanctions if they fail most disadvantaged | Education

Universities and colleges providing substandard courses or paying lip service to helping disadvantaged students progress would…

England students to get six-day window to get home before Christmas | World news

Students in England will be given a six-day window next month in which to travel home…

UK students sent home as universities crack down on Covid breaches | Education

Students at the University of Exeter have been banished from campus and sent home, as vice-chancellors…

Coronavirus is damaging Britain’s young people – and that didn’t have to happen | Sonia Sodha | Opinion

In September 1939, almost 1.5 million people – including 800,000 schoolchildren – were evacuated from London…

An inevitable crisis: how Covid-19 hit universities – podcast | Education

When the coronavirus outbreak first struck Britain in March, universities scrambled to respond. They moved lectures…

Scottish ministers accused of ‘panicky’ response to Covid outbreaks on campuses | Politics

Opposition leaders in Scotland have accused ministers of a “shambolic” response after they loosened tough coronavirus…

The Observer view on Boris Johnson’s lamentable plan for second-wave coronavirus | Observer editorial | Opinion

On Thursday night, Britain’s restaurants and pubs emptied an hour early, to a chorus of protests…

UK coronavirus live: university students face stringent controls amid Covid crisis | Politics

Meanwhile, Tory heavyweights and Commons committee chairmen are among the growing number of rebels demanding a…

Why do students travel to university? Covid has proved they don’t need to | Simon Jenkins | Opinion

Who ever thought it a good idea to disperse 2 million Covid super-spreaders across British cities…