An affair between a philosophy professor and his teenage student became the subject of ballads in the streets of Paris in the 12th century. A scholar asks: Why wasn't it called sexual harassment?
It can be hard to get into a study groove, but removing distractions, getting enough sleep, self-testing, spacing out your study and creating memory aids can help students succeed.
Local residents of St Andrews feel university growth has come at too high a cost – it's time for local councils and universities to overcome the divide between town and gown.
A new study found that a small number of students starting university believe in some myths about sexual violence.
Secondary students are losing the opportunity to enjoy learning for its own sake.
Negative experiences in mainstream schools have harmful long-term effects on pupils with autism spectrum conditions.
Although they're at greater risk of violent crime, sexual harassment and suicide, smart-phone savvy young people can access extra support.
Since 2009, nearly one million veterans have benefited from the Post-9/11 GI Bill, which helps them pay for tuition and other expenses. A scholar explains how it's a hard transition.
Voluntourists' ability to change systems, alleviate poverty or provide support for vulnerable children is limited. They don't have the skills and can perpetuate patronising and unhelpful ideas.
Students, don’t turn to essay mills, just learn to write a better paper.
The globalisation of higher education and what it means for students.
One in ten students drop out of uni in their first year.
If education really is for all, more must be done to help people of all ages to access it.
Dreading math class as you head back into school? Never fear: Try these tips from famed mathematician George Pólya.
An insider's view.
We need to revisit tuition fees. The health of Britain’s youth and the country’s future place in the world may well depend on it.
New data points to misplaced UK clampdown on 'overstaying' international students.
This year's changes to GCSE grades means results cannot be compared with those of previous years.
Doctors are taught how to treat skin cancer – but not necessarily how to empathise with those who have it.
New research shows that young people and employers have different ideas about innovation and the future of work.