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University of Cambridge

The university of Cambridge announced yesterday that there will be no in-person lectures in the 2020-21 academic year.

80% of UK Students Struggling Financially Due to COVID-19 main image

A recent NUS student survey has revealed that 80 percent of students are struggling with finances since the pandemic started. Find out why.

UK Students Will Pay Full Tuition Fees If Classes Remain Online, Say Government   main image

UK students will be required to pay the full £9250 of tuition fees in the 2020/2021 academic year despite teaching taking place online.

QS Thanks Key Workers Around the World main image

QS employees from our offices around the world share their thanks for key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Should UK Students Get a Refund this Academic Year? main image

With the strikes and now the coronavirus preventing students from attending lectures and seminars, we ask UK students whether they believe they should be entitled to a refund this year.

Can’t Take the TOEFL? Duolingo Might Offer an Alternative main image

The English language test required for university admission needs a revamp – and the Duolingo English Test is being accepted by more and more higher education institutions across the globe. Find out more here.

International Day of Happiness 2020: What’s Your Happiest University Memory? main image main image

To celebrate the International Day of Happiness, QS writers reflect on their happiest memories from their times at university. 

Confused About Coronavirus? Imperial College Launches Free Course Explaining COVID-19  main image

Covid-19 has swept across the globe, with many wanting to learn more about the pandemic. Imperial College Business School has launched a new online course to help this.