At the beginning of March a European Court decided that insurance companies can no longer use drivers’ sex to determine insurance premiums. This has sparked a debate on The Student Room as boys and girls discuss the pros and cons of this ruling set to come into force in December 2012.
In the same month that Dairy Crest decided to launch Chedds The Student Room users voted Cheddar as their number one cheese with a staggering 24% of the vote.
A student at Lincoln University has created a set of ‘banned’ adverts to promote the uni in an unorthodox way using a ‘shaun of the dead’ style zombie attack to get students to “order a prospectus”.
We’ve all seen Twitter’s ‘Tweet’ and Facebook’s ‘Like’ button but what do they do, what happens when students share that latest nugget of information with all their friends or publish it in to the twitterverse? Well when you share info from the world’s biggest student site people come back to get involved in the discussion and
The Student Room is perfectly placed to help universities find the students that will help them get the approval they need from the Office of Fair Access to charge up to £9,000 tuition fees.
3.8 million unique users visited The Student Room in February as the site continues to grow as the world’s largest student site and the place that students come to discuss anything and everything about student life.
The Education Select Committee at the House of Commons is conducting an inquiry into what services are provided for young people aged 13 to 15 outside school, and naturally The Student Room is the place to come to hear from young people.
The TSR Student Panel have had their say on the student experience in these short vBlogs; giving their opinion on the things that matter the most to students.
So far the focus of the rise in tuition fees has been on future undergraduates (as well it should be) but what about the knock on effect to postgraduate study.