In university, your ability to reference sources correctly will have a considerable impact on the mark you receive. The rules you must follow can be tricky to grasp initially, but if you do ever need a quick recap then Oxbridge Essays are always happy to help and give your work a going over to pick […]
Every now and again the UK media whips up a storm about the essay writing industry. For example, BBC Education Correspondent Reeta Chakrabati’s recent piece for BBC News. A few months earlier The Independent was gleefully parading the headline 45000 Students Cheating at Britain’s Universities. The media and the British public have, in recent years, developed […]
A report reveals that complaints against universities in England and Wales increased by 20% in 2011. Will they continue to rise once £9000 tuition fees are introduced in 2012?
Shocking figures released in a Freedom of Information request have shown that admissions at several prestigious Scottish universities are extremely biased towards wealthier students.
A damning new report suggests that declining UK funding for universities and the resulting drop in graduate numbers could be disastrous, as our international competitors plough money into expanding higher education.
Mobile phones, laptops, the internet…the list of resources modern technology has made available to students is long and impressive. But are they becoming too reliant on technology at the expense of vital academic and communication skills?
In light of extremely worrying revelations from a Parliamentary report on body image, we must take action to arm children against unhealthy and unrealistic media ideals of appearence.
A controversial new scheme aims to put a Bible in every English school, but not everybody is equally excited by the idea…