• Editorial: Russell Group Student Newspapers For No-Detriment Policy

    As editors of student newspapers at all 24 Russell Group universities, we stand united against the Russell Group statement which declared ‘no detriment’ or ‘safety net’ policies not to be ‘appropriate’ or ‘necessary’ for students at this time.

    Having listened to students at our universities, we are calling on...
  • Brexit and travel: The effect on Brits and EU students who wish to study abroad

    For British citizens, news came recently that the UK would be on the visa-free list after Brexit, meaning that Brits and Europeans alike would be eligible for short stays of up to 90 days either side of the English channel. However, this does not mean that people will reap...
  • Universities minister calls for clarity over vice-chancellors’ pay policies

    Higher Education Minister Jo Johnson has introduced a set of requirements for universities to tackle the rises of vice-chancellors’ pay. At a delegation with representatives from Universities UK, the Russell Group and the Committee of University Chairs, Jo Johnson called for more transparency in the way pay policies for...
  • The University of Nottingham gets gold for its teaching excellence

    According to the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), the University of Nottingham has gotten gold for its teaching excellence. The gold award, which is the highest that an institution can get, demonstrates that the UoN provides its students with consistent teaching of the highest quality, world-class facilities, academic support and...
  • Nottingham graduates are experiencing a rise in average salary

    According to the Longitudinal Education Outcomes (LEO) data, graduates from the University of Nottingham are earning more than previous years. The data, published by the Department for Education, analyses 23 different subject areas to show how much higher education graduates are earning one, three, five and ten years since...
  • Vice-Chancellor releases plans for UoN post Brexit

    In a statement released this week, Sir David Greenaway (Vice-Chancellor at The University of Nottingham) has said that “not much change” for UoN after the UK leaves the European Union. Writing on his blog, Sir Greenaway has asserted that UoN “remains a global institution with an international outlook”....
  • Vice Chancellor takes esteemed role as Chairman of the Russell Group

    Professor Sir David Greenaway, Vice Chancellor at the University of Nottingham, has been appointed Chairman of the Russell Group Universities. Vice Chancellor since 2008, Sir David is a Professor of Economics and occasionally finds time in his hectic schedule to lecture students of the university. “It is a real...