Private higher education college goes into administration

One of the biggest private providers of higher education in England has gone into administration, leaving students stranded on unfinished courses and looking for alternative places to study. GSM London, which offered undergraduate and postgraduate business courses at its campuses in Greenwich and Greenford, told its 3,500 students that all tuition, classes and exams would…

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How does a museum remember a defeat?

The battle of Agincourt in 1415 was immortalised in Shakespeare’s Henry V as a miraculous underdog English victory over the French. So why is France investing millions of euros to upgrade the museum near the battlefield in the village of Azincourt in northern France? The new centre will tell the story of the battle, the…

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UK global university ranking Brexit warning

The compilers of university rankings have warned that the UK’s strong performance in international league tables could be adversely affected by Brexit, if access is disrupted to European funding and research partnerships. The latest QS World University Rankings have been published – showing the top rated universities in individual subjects. UK universities are in first place…

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