More graduate jobs available, study says

Graduate employment is expected to rise in 2013, claims High Fliers Research. Their recently published study found that 48% of graduate employers in Scotland have entry-level jobs available. Overall the availability of UK graduate jobs is…

Marine Biology Station threatened with closure

A marine biology research and education station in Scotland used by many Universities has had it’s annual government funding removed, and is likely to close at the end of the month – generating much…

QMU block grant reinstated

The £67,000 of the University’s block grant to the Queen Margaret Union, which had been suspended by the University Court’s Student Finance Sub-Committee, has been reinstated and will arrive with the £90,000 which is due…

Three sexual assaults in Glasgow’s west end

Women have been warned to be extra vigilant after a spate of indecent sexual assaults in the West End in the last fortnight, Strathclyde Police have revealed. All three of the attacks were carried out in…

International applications rise despite rise in tuition fees

University of Glasgow has seen an increase in the number of UCAS applications from international students following the release of January application figures. The number of applications from abroad had been expected to drop after visa changes…