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NCOP

NCOP: What Is It and How Can It Help Students in the UK?

In the UK, there’s a sizeable disparity in the number of students progressing through to higher education by geographical location. While areas like Kensington...
Strike

Lecturers’ Strikes: The Student Battle

If you are or have been a higher education (HE) student, it’s likely you’ll know something about financial hardship. As a HE student we...
undergraduate degrees

Tertiary Education: Your Choices – Part 2 – Bachelor’s Degrees

Welcome to part 2 of our tertiary education guide (part 1 can be found here). Today we’ll be discussing arguably the most popular choice...
apprenticeships

Tertiary Education: Your Choices – Part 1 – Apprenticeships

We here at HND Insider believe that one of the best things about education in the UK is the sheer amount of choice students...
tuition fees

Tuition Fees Announcement – Education News

Is the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) to finally find some relevance in the lives of undergraduate students? It appears the TEF and its judgement...
Student loans

Student Loans Company: What’s the Deal?

Unless you’re lucky enough to have some financially well-off benefactors (Sebastian Valmont-style) or gain a scholarship (Max Fischer-style), then the chances are you’ll end...
Transport for london

Studying in London? You Should Know the Real Cost of Running TfL

Public transportation in London - it’s a rather breathtaking endeavour to keep the sheer amount of people moving around such an old, somewhat complicated...
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The NSS – What Is It and Why Should I Care?

The NSS, or the National Student Survey, is an annual survey that gives further voice to noisy students. The survey asks final year students...
hnd computing

HND in Computing

Welcome to our rolling guide of HNDs available in the 2018/2019 academic year. If you're interested in games development, robotics or digital forensics, an...
nudging

Nudge Theory and the Removal of Choice

Imagine you have two competing products on the market - boxes of cereal, for example. One box tells you that by eating this product,...

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