28th September 2015 01:16pm
Cardiff sex assault: Student accused of attempting to rape a 19-year-old woman during Fresher's Week
Khalid Alahmadi, 23, who lives in Bute Terrace, Cardiff, allegedly sexually attacked a woman in Gorsedd Garden
28th September 2015 11:07am
Unfair charges 'cost students £335m'
Students are being left an average of £240 out of pocket each year because they are afraid to complain or do not know their rights, research suggests.
27th September 2015 11:03pm
College mergers success questioned
More information is needed before a major shake-up in Scotland's colleges can be judged a success, according to a committee of MSPs.
27th September 2015 05:01pm
Universities in Wales are 'holding their own' when it comes to recruiting students
Hefcw chief Dr David Blaney said Welsh universities are 'holding their own' when it comes to student recruitment
27th September 2015 04:42pm
Four in 10 teachers back Welsh Labour, survey finds
A study commissioned by NUT Cymru found significant support for ruling Welsh Government ahead of next year's Assembly election
27th September 2015 06:15am
Protect free school meals, say doctors
Cuts to free school meals for infant pupils in England could harm children's health, say experts in a letter to a newspaper.
27th September 2015 06:00am
VIDEO: Head teacher: 'We should extend school meals'
Mark Tuffney, head of Lowther Primary in Barnes, says schools meals should be extended, not cut back.
27th September 2015 05:58am
VIDEO: Doctors back infant free school meals
More than 40 leading health professionals have signed a letter calling on the government not to scrap free school meals for infants in England.
26th September 2015 12:48am
Do children still need to read the classics?
Do children really need to read them?
25th September 2015 12:54pm
Compulsory subjects 'a problem'
A key government policy to force all pupils to sit GCSEs in core academic subjects could be "a problem" for some students, the head of Ofsted has said.