Millennials are considered an anxious generation, which is often attributed to an obsession with technology, overbearing parents and the stress that comes with trying to fit into a social media-driven world.
It is a subject that has cropped up now and again in the news over the past ten years, and rightly so.
In a surprise concession to students, it was revealed on Thursday 14th December 2017 that the UK will remain in the Erasmus Scheme until at least 2020.
Universities UK has set up a new framework to help improve the wellbeing and mental health of university students. Known as Step Change, here’s what the framework involves, why it matters and how it can benefit you.
Mixed anxiety and depression is the most common mental health problem in the UK, with 7.8% meeting the criteria for diagnosis. On top of the struggles involved with these conditions there is the shame and embarrassment we feel about discussing it with others and seeking help.
Thom Brown interview Natalie Bennett, leader of the Green Party, on their policies for the 2017 UK Election.
The UK is lagging behind in 20th place in the World Economic Forum, for gender equality rankings. what does that exactly mean? Are women paid less because they choose lower-paying jobs? Or is it because they hold the main caregiving responsibilities when children are born? And what does gender bias have to do with #GenderPayGap?
“Young people are more likely to be successful in their job hunt if they have done some good work experience.”
The NSS might not seem like an immediate priority but it is embroiled in a major controversy in the eternal political debate on tuition fees. As student unions across the country line up on either side of the bureaucratic fault line we’ve compiled everything you need to know about the boycott.
The think tank Intergenerational Foundation (IF) has calculated that new graduates could be repaying £54,000 in total. Is this fair on students, or the taxpayer?