Welcome to the 2019 edition of the UniEel University Rankings. Having taken a range of factors into consideration, we have produced a set of rankings which provides a useful overview of the strength of many Universities in the United Kingdom. The rankings are listed in table form below. You can also see the full rankings via a PDF document at the bottom of this page. … Continue reading 2019 UniEel University Rankings
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Freshers Week may give you the time of your life, but the chances are that you will often come down with a case of the notorious ‘freshers flu’. Common symptoms of the freshers flu include fever, headaches, a cough, a cold and in general, struggle. While many suggest freshers flu is merely a severe case of ‘man flu’ or ‘just a bad cold’, the reality … Continue reading The Struggles of Freshers Flu
We have released our UniEel University Rankings for 2019! You can see the full rankings at this link. These rankings classify Universities into positions based upon a range of criterion. The rankings ultimately provide a relevant league table that contains important information to assist anyone in wanting to find out details of Universities in the United Kingdom. In this article, we provide details of the … Continue reading UniEel University Rankings: Methodology
The Guardian have released their University rankings for the 2018/19 academic year. A range of criteria was used to establish these rankings, including student satisfaction, spend on students and continuation rates among other factors. In this article, we provide a table of the rankings. You can see the full rankings, complete with important information, at the official page for this league table – available at … Continue reading Guardian University League Table Rankings 2019
QS have released their University rankings for the 2018/19 academic year. A range of criteria was used to establish these rankings, with academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty to student ratio, citations per faculty and international ratio all taken into account. In this article, we provide a table of the rankings. You can sell the full rankings, complete with important and further information, at the official … Continue reading QS UK University Rankings 2019
The Complete University Guide have released their University rankings for the 2018/19 academic year. A range of criteria was used to establish these rankings – ranging from entry standards to graduate prospects and more. In this article, we provide a table of the rankings. You can see the full rankings, complete with further and comprehensive information, at the official page for this league table – … Continue reading The Complete University Guide League Table 2019
The number of students accessing counselling services at Middlesex University have been rising year-on-year, recent statistics show. Half-way through the 2017-18 academic year, 470 students had sought counselling – with estimates suggesting the total would’ve exceeded 900 students for the entire year. With approximately 19,000 students at the University, this equates to around 4% of all students at the institution seeking help. The statistics discussed in … Continue reading Mental Health Statistics for Middlesex University
In March 2014, one of the most mysterious disappearances in history took place, with many questions left unanswered regarding the fateful day, several years on. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 was en route to China from Malaysia when it disappeared, with all 239 people on board presumed dead. Many years on, it is still unclear exactly what happened to the flight, despite the most expensive search … Continue reading Mysterious Disappearances: Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
Netflix, Prime Video and the likes of Hulu and Philo have become synonymous with the activity of watching TV shows or films. Yet prior to this age, Blockbuster ruled the TV and film roost. At their height, Blockbuster operated 9,000 stores, employed 84,000 people worldwide, and generated healthy revenues year-after-year. But, due to a range of reasons, they were unable to maintain this success, and … Continue reading What Happened to Blockbuster?
Following the tragic death of Sheffield Hallam University Joana Burns, a drug dealer and her supplier have been found guilty of supplying the drug that led to a death. Read on for the full story, and news on this development. The friend of Joana Burns, who died after taking ecstasy to celebrate the end of her maths degree at Sheffield University, has been warned … Continue reading Latest on Sheffield Student’s MDMA Death
A student at Durham University has told how he had his ‘hair shaved off and cooking oil poured in his eye’ during a bizarre and draconian-sounding initiation ceremony to a sport club. The student was speaking anonymously to the University’s newspaper Palatinate, and told how he considered dropping out of the University before beginning his studies due to the initiation. This is far from the … Continue reading Sport Club Initiation Ceremony at Durham University Led to Students ‘Having Hair Shaved and Oil Poured in their Eyes’
One of the world’s most polarising debates revolves around the moral, religious and legal status of Abortion. There are two distinct views on the subject. The pro-life movement emphasises the right for the embryo/fetus to be born, while the pro-choice movement emphasises the woman’s right to decide whether or not to terminate a pregnancy. This is a highly-sensitive debate, which has been fervently debated for … Continue reading The Abortion Debate: Arguments for Both Pro-Life and Pro-Choice
Freshers Week is often renowned as being the most memorable week of your life. While this may be true in some cases, the reality is that you probably won’t remember much of it. Your University experience wouldn’t be the same without the initiation of Freshers Week. So, in this article we take a look at thirteen things that will certainly happen during Freshers Week! … Continue reading 13 Things That Will Inevitably Happen During Freshers Week
Dell is an American multinational company that is well-known around the world for its range of computer-related products and services. Founded by Michael Dell in 1984, the business continues to prosper in the contemporary age. However, it hasn’t been a straight-line to success, and part of Dell’s storied history revolves around their ability to bounce back from and overcome various challenges. In this article, we … Continue reading DELL: The Story of a Truly Incredible Company
MSN Messenger was the heartbeat of many people’s youth and social life – and was a pioneering messaging service in the early years of the internet. Developed by Microsoft and released in 1999, the service allowed users to instantly message one another. The service quickly became hugely popular, attracting hundreds of millions of users. Yet for various reasons, MSN Messenger is no longer around, having … Continue reading What Happened to MSN Messenger?
Social media has come a long way within the past two decades, with the likes of Instagram and Twitter dominating the current social media sphere. But this hasn’t always been the case, and, just before the turn of the millennium, Sixdegrees.com was the name of a highly popular social network. Sixdegrees was one of the first social networking sites, and would serve as inspiration for … Continue reading What Happened to SixDegrees.com?
Lindsay Sandiford is a former legal secretary who is currently on death row in Indonesia. In 2013 she was sentenced to death after allegedly trying to smuggle £1.6million worth of cocaine into Indonesia – a nation renowned for its staunch stance on drugs. Sandiford claims she was coerced into carrying the drugs, doing so to protect her family. Many have called on the British Government … Continue reading The Lindsay Sandiford Debate
Statistics concerning the mental health of students at Durham University have been released – with the results revealing that thousands of students have sought counselling in the last few academic years. In the 2016-17 academic year alone, 1,400 students accessed counselling. With approximately 18,000 students enrolled at the University, this equates to around 7% of all students seeking help. The statistics discussed in this article … Continue reading Mental Health Statistics for Durham University