Take a break from revision with this week’s rundown of the some great stories published in the past week…
£230k for a degree?!
Varsity from Cambridge has a great story on their university considering introducing a Doctorate in Business costing £80,000 per year. Just for scale, that could buy you over 1.1 million Freddos (because those tiny chocolate bars are our generation’s measure of the price of things!)
Union investigating voting fraud
In this latest example of people taking things way too seriously, the University of Central Lancaster’s student union is investigating apparent voting fraud. Pluto has done great coverage of the controversy, including the results of rerun motions that were affected by the fraud.
NUS charging extra £5,000 a year
The controversy around the embattled NUS, which this week saw two universities vote to disaffiliate from the union, will not be helped by the story in the Nouse from the University of York that it has charged YUSU an extra £5,000 this year. Read the full article to find out the reasons why the shift, and read some of the reactions to the rise.
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