tuition fees

Why you Should Care about being Bribed to do the NSS Survey with Hot Drinks

It’s not quite worth a uni cafe filter coffee.

Compensation for strike action demanded by Cambridge students

Strikes have caused rising feeling that students deserve reimbursement for their missed hours

Cambridge’s boycott of National Student Survey is successful

The boycott was organised by the NUS in an attempt to obstruct rises in tuition fees

Why you should vote Labour

On behalf of the Cambridge University Labour Club

Lib Dems pledge to give visas to graduating students from abroad

But only those from STEM subjects to begin with

Labour promise to scrap tuition fees if they win power in June

The announcement comes following a public speech made by the Shadow Chancellor

Government funding GUARANTEED for EU students

Student loans guarantee will not change immediately after Brexit

House of Lords blocks Tory proposal to link tuition fee rises to league table ranking

An amendment has defeated the government’s plans

CUSU vote to BOYCOTT Student Satisfaction Survey

The decision was made at CUSU Council this evening.

Let’s all have a rant about our lectures

Another week, another annoyance for columnist PHOEBE GARGARO

Access target agreed and fee rise on the horizon

The tiff has been resolved and has set Cambridge on the way to possible increased fees

Cambridge students could face a rise in tuition fees in 2017

As it’s been a whole four years since the government last fucked us, it seemed about time.

Tuition Fees are so progressive we should start charging 11 Year Olds to go to school

It’s only fair

Don’t marketise university, please.

Marketisation of university education will have significant consequences for all, as Emily Fishman explains.

Whining about student finance is the problem not the solution

Saying that funding changes are “scaring” disadvantaged pupils away from Cambridge is an idiotic self-fulfilling prophecy.

Outrage as tuition fees set to rise at Cambridge

And we’ll have to pay for it all without maintenance grants.

Scrapping tuition fees is not a left-wing policy

We’re going there

Balls at Cambridge: The sweetest of babes

Balls didn’t let policy get in the way of charming Cantabs

Snobby Oxford way below Cambridge in state school admissions

Oxford’s state school admissions continue to fall, whilst those at Cambridge are on the rise.

Tab meets: Natalie Bennett

NATALIE BENNETT, the current political leader of the Green Party, talks about the upcoming European Parliament elections and why she thinks that the Green Party is the only viable alternative to the main political parties on the UK’s political landscape.