Struggling students to be supported by new champion

Students will benefit from more joined-up support from their universities thanks to the creation of the first ever student support champion the government has announced.  Higher and further education minister Michelle Donelan has appointed Edward Peck CBE, who is vice-chancellor and president of Nottingham Trent University, to the new role, which

Oxbridge offers are in for Carmel’s high achievers

The application process to study at Oxford and Cambridge is a rigorous one. As well as stringent entry requirements, the process itself is tough, requiring lots of dedication and preparation.  At Carmel College they offer the High Achievers+ programme which encourages and supports students who are applying to Oxbridge and other

More high achieving students secure competitive university places

For the first time, more than 100,000 UK 18-year-olds were accepted onto courses at the most competitive universities and colleges in 2021. New insight from UCAS’ 2021 end of cycle data shows the most detailed impact to date on full-time undergraduate admissions from awarding grades based on teachers’ assessments. 103,010 young people