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University Students On Practical Courses Set To Return For

  • University students on practical courses are set to return to campus for in-person teaching next month – a measure which has been welcomed by sector leaders
  • On Monday, the Government set out its four-stage road map to lift coronavirus restrictions in England, which will begin with all pupils returning to schools and colleges from March 8.

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Teachers Make End Of IB Course Special For Students

  • International Baccalaureate students, like those on other courses, will not sit exams, but their teachers gave them an end of course send-off with a day of mystery activities
  • Left to right, Liliana Goncalves, 18, Mathilde Viveiros, 17, Ieva Tulie, 17, Amy Stinton, 18, and Carys Batiste, 18.

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Guernseypress   4 days ago  

Students ‘misled’ By Courses That Do Not Improve Life

Ms Donelan called on universities to “go further” by ensuring that disadvantaged students are given support to complete degree courses – rather than just admitting those with good grades – and she urged them to go the “extra mile” to raise standards in schools.

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Guernseypress   9 days ago  

More Students Accepted On University Degree Courses Amid

  • More students have been accepted on to UK degree courses this year, Ucas figures show
  • A total of 415,600 people, from the UK and overseas, have had places confirmed, up 1.6% on the same point last year, according to data published by the university admissions service.

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Guernseypress   5 days ago  

Second Trump Golf Course Approved For Aberdeenshire

The area of land had already been marked in the local development plan for two 18-hole golf courses, a resort hotel (450 rooms) with conference centre and spa; 36 “golf villas” and 950 holiday apartments in four blocks; up to 500 houses and community facilities.

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Guernseypress   2 days ago  

Thousands More Join Nursing Courses Following Appeal By

  • Thousands more nursing students have been placed onto courses in England this year following an appeal for more people to join the profession
  • Ucas figures published on Thursday show there are 4,360 more nursing students accepted onto courses in England this year compared to 2019 – …

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Guernseypress   9 days ago  

Number Of University Students Living With Parents Drops

  • Most students in England, apart from those on critical courses, were told not to travel back to term-time accommodation as part of the third national lockdown announced in January
  • The poll, of more than 1,400 university students in April, suggested 82% are living at the same address as they were at the start of the autumn term, up from 76% in

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Guernseypress   9 days ago  

Fewer Students Find Degree Places Through Clearing

  • An analysis, conducted by the PA news agency, shows that as of Friday afternoon, for applicants living in England, there were 23,787 courses with availability across 146 UK universities
  • Of the 24 Russell Group universities, two-thirds (16 institutions) still have at least one course advertised on the clearing site, with 3,691 courses

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Guernseypress   1 days ago  

57 Local Educationalists Say To Rethink The School Model

Further research suggests that sixth form centres are able to offer (a) a broader range of courses at a lower cost per student than secondary school sixth forms; (b) a stepping stone away from school life into a more mature environment in preparation for further education and/or employment; and (c) a link to further educational establishments offering vocational courses, enabling fluidity of

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Guernseypress   2 days ago  

Spades In The Ground For Institute ‘by 2022’ Guernsey Press

Details were provided of the Guernsey Institute’s intention to upgrade Les Ozouets campus to provide first-grade facilities in one campus rather than the current five for its College of Further Education, Institute of Health and Care Studies and GTA University Centre students – with a spade set to be put in the ground in 2022 and maybe even earlier.

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Guernseypress   5 days ago  

More Students From Deprived Areas Completing College Courses

  • “Substantial” college courses are deemed to be courses lasting 160 hours or more
  • Students from the 20% most deprived areas in Scotland increased by 0.4% to 22,314 whilst the completion rate for students with declared disabilities increased by 0.5% to 24,761.

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Guernseypress   1 days ago  

Oxford Bursary Scheme Named After Michael Sheen Will

  • Economic inequity is a barrier to Welsh school pupils pursuing courses in leading universities, Jesus College says
  • A bursary scheme named after actor Michael Sheen will provide financial support to students from across Wales at the University of Oxford
  • Jesus College has developed The Michael Sheen

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Guernseypress   6 days ago  

Universities Demand Urgent Clarity Over Student Places

A spokeswoman said: “Any applicants to quota-controlled courses who meet the conditions of their offer but cannot be allocated a place for the forthcoming academic year will be provided an unconditional offer for the 2021-22 academic year.”

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Guernseypress   6 days ago  

More Than A Million Children Offered Mental Health Support

  • Parents were offered one-to-one therapy sessions, online parenting courses and given a buddy so they could have a support network to share advice with
  • Meanwhile in Kent, teams provided 20-minute telephone counselling sessions for parents struggling with the competing demands of …

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Guernseypress   9 days ago  

Universities Face Mounting Pressure To Switch To Online

  • “We encourage online teaching wherever possible to prioritise space on campus for students taking practical and face-to-face courses
  • “The top priority right now is the health and safety of students, therefore we should see on-campus learning in place only when it is completely safe to do so.”

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Number Of Students Accepted On To Language Degrees Drops

  • And acceptances to modern language courses have fallen by 36%, from 6,005 in 2011 to 3,830 in 2020, the report says
  • The data also shows that the demand for nursing places is now almost at the same level as a decade ago – despite the removal of NHS bursaries in 2017.

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Guernseypress   6 days ago  

Record Number Of Students Due To Start Degrees In UK Amid

  • A record number of students are set to start degree courses in the UK this autumn despite fears about significant deferrals amid the coronavirus pandemic, figures suggest
  • Overall, a total of 515,650 people, both from the UK and overseas, have confirmed places – up 4% on the same point last year, according to data published by the university

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Guernseypress   7 days ago  

One In Five Students Cannot Study Degree They Want Due To

  • This is most apparent for degree courses, such as medicine and dentistry, maths, economics or languages, which require a specific set of qualifications, according to the university admissions service
  • A survey by Ucas suggests that two in five students at university believe more information and advice would have led to them making better choices.

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Universities Could Face Sanctions If They Allow Quality To

A UUK spokeswoman said: “The overwhelming majority of higher education courses are high quality and offer good value for students, but we want to address concerns that some could deliver more – including for students, taxpayers, and employers.

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Guernseypress   3 days ago  

Record Numbers Apply To Study Nursing At British

  • The latest Ucas figures – which show the numbers applying to start undergraduate courses by the main January 29 application deadline – reveal that the number of applicants for nursing rose to 60,130
  • There have been rises in each age group, with the number of UK school-leavers opting for nursing increasing by 27% from last year to a record

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Guernseypress   6 days ago  

Students Unhappy With A-level Grades Warned Against Taking

  • Students should be wary about taking exams in the autumn if they are unhappy with their A-level grades as there will be a “narrower” choice of university courses, the head of Ucas said
  • Clare Marchant, chief executive of the admissions service, has advised students to “move on” with the grades they receive this week if they still allow

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Guernseypress   2 days ago  

Students Should Be Allowed To Return To Accommodation ‘to

  • University students on practical courses, who require specialist equipment and facilities, began returning to face-to-face teaching on March 8
  • It is estimated that around half of university students in England are currently not eligible to return to in-person teaching until May 17 at the earliest.

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Guernseypress   3 days ago  

National Cyber Security Centre Sees Surge In Female

  • The number of girls applying for cyber security courses has risen by nearly 50% in a year, according to new figures from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
  • The centre, which is part of GCHQ, announced the increase in female participants for its CyberFirst summer courses alongside figures which showed that overall applications for the

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Guernseypress   5 days ago  

Two More Universities To Provide Teacher Training Courses

  • Both Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh and the capital’s Napier University will provide teacher training courses for the first time from the start of the 2019-2020 academic year
  • The Scottish Government is providing £1.3 million for the move, which will create hundreds more opportunities for people to qualify as teachers.

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Universities Should Reduce Face-to-face Lessons In Event

  • Universities should only offer face-to-face lessons for priority courses and students must not return to their family home if stricter measures become necessary amid local outbreaks, Government guidance says
  • Institutions must have a plan in place that “assumes there is likely to be an increase in the number of cases, or an outbreak

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Guernseypress   6 days ago  

Drop-out Rate Higher Among Students With Unconditional

  • School leaders agreed and said students should be encouraged to choose courses that best suit their interests and ambitions, rather than those for which they were given unconditional offers
  • Vice-chancellors’ group Universities UK (UUK) said it is important that institutions are able to decide independently which students to accept, but added

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Guernseypress   2 days ago  

Tractor Driving And Sheepdog Training Courses Funded For

Tractor driving and sheepdog training courses funded for women in Scotland UK News Published: Mar 8, 2021 Last Updated: Mar 8, 2021 The £115,000 package will offer education in the use of antibiotics in livestock.

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Guernseypress   5 days ago  

New Conversion Degree Courses ‘will Help Boost Diversity

The conversion courses – intense postgraduate courses that allow participants to pursue a career their initial degree did not prepare them for – will be supported by scholarships for 1,000 people from underrepresented groups as part of £13.5 million in new funding.

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Guernseypress   3 days ago  

More Pupils Return To School In Northern Ireland

  • Golf courses to reopen (clubhouses to remain closed)
  • – Click-and-collect purchases allowed from garden centres and plant nurseries
  • Primary school pupils enjoy the bouncy castle at Braniel Primary School in east Belfast (Peter Morrison/PA)

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Guernseypress   9 days ago  

Government Asks Universities To Prioritise Disadvantaged

  • It follows the announcement of extra funding to help increase capacity on a number of courses
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  • The Government has asked universities to prioritise students from disadvantaged backgrounds for admission …

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Guernseypress   6 days ago  

University Applicants Unlikely To Face ‘tougher

She added: “We want to break down those barriers and ensure that this cohort has those equal chances to get on the courses that they’ve worked so hard for.” Clare Marchant, chief executive of Ucas, told the event: “As an 18-year-old looking to apply in 2021, you’re at a far greater advantage than perhaps someone in 2024-2025 because

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Universities Minister Issues ‘bums On Seats’ Warning Over

  • Figures show that women who study at the bottom 100 courses have earnings up to 64% less – around £17,000 – than for the average degree, after graduation, the minister said
  • For men, the figure is 67% (£21,000)
  • Alistair Jarvis, chief executive of Universities UK, said: “A university degree remains an excellent investment.

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Guernseypress   7 days ago  

Almost Half Of UK Universities And Colleges See Drop In

  • Satisfaction levels vary between different courses and universities
  • In England, overall satisfaction ranged from 73% to 91%
  • Despite improvements in recent years, students are still reporting lower rates of satisfaction with the assessment and feedback on their courses compared to other areas covered by the survey.

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Guernseypress   7 days ago  

T-levels Will Offer Gold Standard Qualifications, Prime

  • The announcement that 52 colleges and post-16 providers in England will teach the new courses comes after the senior official at the Department for Education raised concerns about the timetable for the project
  • Courses in construction, digital and education and childcare will be taught from September 2020.

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Guernseypress   1 days ago  

Beauty Training Course Provider Ads Banned For Misleading

The ASA said advertisements for courses teaching the administration of beauty treatments such as anti-wrinkle injections and dermal filler should provide prospective students with information on course requirements, length, the qualification which would be attained and whether these met the standards needed to join a relevant professional register.

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Phased Return To Schools For Some Youngsters As Scotland’s

  • Senior high school pupils could also return from then, although they will only be in classes part-time “on a very limited basis” to do practical work necessary for their courses
  • To help achieve this, the First Minister promised there would be a “significant expansion of testing in educational settings to support the return to nurseries

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Guernseypress   6 days ago  

Blanchelande To Bring Back Its Sixth Form Guernsey Press

  • The decision to offer A-Level courses not only follows the large increase in pupil numbers, but the introduction of boys and a successful inspection report
  • The private college has seen its number rise by 100 students since admitting boys to the senior school for the first time in 2015, making it the island’s only fully coeducational private

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Guernseypress   4 days ago  

Jobs And Training Service Launched To Tackle Unemployment

“We’re on a mission to transform access to education in order to build a better future and, in partnership with The Big Issue, we’re aiming to connect valuable, in-demand courses with people who need the most support navigating the challenges of the current UK job market.”

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Economy Minister ‘working With Executive’ Over Pressure On

  • “The university has limited flexibility with quota controlled courses such as Medicine and Dentistry where restrictions on numbers are externally applied, although as many as possible will be accommodated
  • It is not yet clear if the quota for these courses will …

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Guernseypress   5 days ago  

Concerns Raised Over Post-Brexit Immigration Policy Effect

  • However, the majority of degrees north of the border are four-year courses – something Scottish Higher Education Minister Richard Lochhead and Migration Minister Ben Macpherson say the UK Government has “ignored”
  • The pair have co-signed a letter to Caroline Nokes, Minister of State for Immigration, saying the time limit will have

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Guernseypress   1 days ago  

Man Charged With ‘doing Doughnuts’ On Donald Trump Golf

  • September 10, 2019 News Release Man charged with criminal mischief at Trump National Golf Course BEDMINSTER, N.J
  • – Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H
  • Robertson, Chief of County Detectives John W
  • Fodor, and Bedminster Township Chief of Police, Karl M
  • Rock announced the arrest of Richard J
  • McEwan, age 26, of Church Road, Milford, New Jersey.

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Guernseypress   4 days ago  

Students Could Be Charged 20% More Per Year For

  • The shorter courses will meet the same quality assurance measures as standard degrees and will provide the same level of qualification
  • For example, a two-year accelerated degree will condense three-year degrees with 30 weeks’ teaching into two years with 45 weeks’ teaching.

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Guernseypress   4 days ago  

Record Number Of Poor Students Enter Top Universities

  • The most advantaged students are still almost six times more likely to be placed on selective courses, according to UCAS data
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  • A record number of students from the poorest backgrounds are entering top universities, but the richest 18-year-olds are almost six times more likely to be placed, figures

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Guernseypress   7 days ago  

Fall In Students Taking Up UK University Places Guernsey

The fall comes in the wake of a drop in applications to start degree courses at UK universities this autumn, fuelled by factors including a fall in the 18 and 19-year-old population, changes to funding for nursing degrees and the possible impact of Brexit.

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Praise For Teacher And Colleague Who Tackled Armed Suspect

She told PA: “I was in the workshop doing some machinery and there was a lot of like banging, and because the college has a lot of different courses like construction and stuff I just thought somebody was doing their normal class until two of my teachers came inside and closed the door and said, ‘Get out now, someone’s got a gun’.

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Hundreds Of Thousands Of Students To Get Results Of Tough

  • GCSE courses are also taken by students in Wales and Northern Ireland where there have been separate exam reforms
  • Mr Williamson said: “Today is a proud day for students, teachers and parents up and down the country, and I wish them all the very best for their results.

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

All University Students In England Can Return To In-person

  • 2 days ago · Students on practical courses, who require specialist equipment and facilities, began returning to face-to-face teaching on March 8
  • But it is estimated that about half of university students have not been eligible to return to in-person lessons.

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Guernseypress   8 days ago  

Oxford Accepts Record Number Of Students From Most

  • 2 days ago · The number of black students was 3.7% of the intake last year, up from 3.2%, but the number admitted to some Oxford colleges and courses remains low
  • Between 2018–2020, there were five or fewer black UK-domiciled students on 13 of Oxford’s largest courses, the figures show.

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