University leaders say their institutions are ready to help the growing number of students applying to university this summer and that students should continue to be ambitious with their study choices.
Record numbers of applicants have secured a place at their first choice of university this autumn, with universities preparing to maximise opportunities for in-person teaching, support and social activities for a much fuller experience this year.
After a record number of applications to UK universities, hundreds of thousands of students across the country have been admitted to their first-choice universities, with more anticipated to find places as Clearing opens today.
Universities across the UK are stepping up to provide extra support in the cost of living crisis. The need to do so was brought into sharp focus as students around the UK are struggling to cope with the cost of living according to a new survey investigating its impact on university students.
University students across England have revealed the full impact the cost of living crisis is having on them as the academic year reaches the halfway point. Results from a recent survey conducted by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) have found that students are struggling to keep up with rising bills and rent, with many now considering leaving university to save on costs.