Have you ever wondered about statistics for the ethnicity of staff at Brunel University London? Well, wonder no more! Due to the results emanating from a Freedom of Information (FOI) request, we have uncovered some interesting statistics! We are fortunate at this University to have such a diverse range of lecturers, while there is a strong international community both among students and the wider London … Continue reading Ever Wondered About Staff Ethnicity Statistics at Brunel?!
SOAS University London offers an amazing student experience – with plenty of things to do during your student years. London is an unrivalled location for being a student – with tens of thousands of students around the city. Whether you’re an Undergraduate, Postgraduate or even just a visiting student, you will have an enjoyable time! However, unfortunately the time will fly by quickly. Yet this … Continue reading 12 Things To Do While At SOAS
Brunel University is an excellent location to be a student. Living in London has so many benefits, while our particular area of the capital offers a lot to do and see. We’ve already covered some of the things to do while at Brunel University. In this article, we take a look at the things that make you proud to be a student at Brunel! Be … Continue reading 10 Great Things About Being a Student at Brunel!
In a move that has surprised many and created a polarised response, a prominent Israeli speaker is set to appear at University College London for a talk, two years after chaos ensued following his last visit. Hen Mazzig is a Pro-Israeli activist, writer and ex-soldier. He is well-respected by many. Previously in 2016, his appearance at UCL led to violent protests. Mazzig’s proposed appearance at … Continue reading Prominent Israeli Speaker Invited to Return to UCL, Sparking Controversy
In some great news for students at Royal Holloway, University of London, the institution has once again been named as the ‘most beautiful’ in the United Kingdom. This is a fantastic honour to have, and is testament to the work that goes into making our campus such an incredible place to study and visit. As this ranking shows, we are lucky to study at an … Continue reading Royal Holloway Named Most Beautiful University In The UK
London – the promise land for many – yet for others, they cannot wait to leave the iconic city. London is amazing for many reasons – and is a fantastic place to study for students – yet with rising living costs and other worries, many people are opting to leave London to up sticks elsewhere. So, with the United Kingdom offering a vast array of … Continue reading Where Do People Leaving London Go To Live?
Following a last-minute rally, Brunel University London claimed a winning prize in the Santander Cycles University Challenge, meaning soon enough, our University will have its own public biking scheme. This is great news for students, and should make transport around both the University area and London itself easier. Finishing in a winning position is an impressive achievement, and underlines the spirit around the University, with … Continue reading Brunel Bikes To Launch Next Spring Following Last-Gasp Donations!
University College London caused a storm on Twitter, as they apologised for a ‘racist’ Tweet about a ‘white campus’. What started as an innocuous Tweet about the possibility of snow interrupting the day’s proceedings at the University snowballed (pun intended) into a controversy, eventually leading to another Tweet to apologise. However the apology has arguably caused even more of a controversy. Take a look at … Continue reading UCL Apologises For ‘White Campus’ Tweet
The University of Greenwich offers a great student experience – and there is plenty to do here. London is an unrivalled location for being a student – with tens of thousands of students around the city. Whether you’re an Undergraduate, Postgraduate or even just a visiting student, you will have an enjoyable time! However, unfortunately the time will fly by quickly. Yet this list of … Continue reading 11 Things To Do While At The University of Greenwich
Figures obtained by UniEel have revealed huge fines being spent at University’s across the United Kingdom at library’s. At the London School of Economics (LSE) however, student’s continue to benefit from the 2014 decision to abolish library fines. Therefore, for overdue items, students spent £0 during the 2016-17 academic year, therefore yielding an average spend of £0 per student. Having witnessed severe fines levied at … Continue reading LSE Continues To Benefit From Abolishment Of Library Fines
Figures obtained by UniEel have revealed huge fines being spent at University’s across the United Kingdom at library’s. Part of our ongoing study focused on Brunel University London, where it was revealed students spent £21,721.32 on library fines during the 2016-17 academic year. This figure is below the average figure witnessed across UK institutions. Putting this figure into perspective – with around 14,000 students at … Continue reading Brunel Students Spent Over £20k On Library Fines Last Year!
Figures obtained by UniEel have revealed huge fines being spent at University’s across the United Kingdom at library’s. Part of our ongoing study focused on University College London, where it was revealed students spent £87,195.47 on library fines during the 2016-17 academic year. This figure is well above the average value seen at UK institutions. Putting this figure into perspective – with around 37,000 students … Continue reading Revealed: How Much Did UCL Students Spend on Library Fines?
As part of a wider analysis of library fines at educational institutions across the United Kingdom, it can be suggested that the University of Westminster appears to be clearly leading the way for setting a student-first approach. The University hasn’t received ‘a penny in fines’ since the 1990s – not something that many institutions can lay claim too. At other institutions across the United Kingdom, … Continue reading University of Westminster Leading The Way For Library Fairness
Figures obtained by UniEel have shown that students from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (SOAS) spent heavily on library fines for the 2016-17 academic year. Students spent a total of £38,435 on library fines. This figure is just above average for library fines in institutions across the United Kingdom, though the next statistic is worrying. To put this figure into perspective, … Continue reading Revealed: How Much Did SOAS Students Spend on Library Fines?