WE'RE RUNNING A NATIONAL SURVEY TO HIGHLIGHT THE DIFFICULT SITUATIONS YOUNG PEOPLE FACE
Revolt Sexual Assault was set up by a recent graduate, Hannah Price, as a national campaign to reveal the nature and extent of sexual violence occurring across UK university campuses. After experiencing it first hand, she realised many students needed a safe way to comfortably talk about what had happened to them.
INSIGHTS TO INFORM TAILORED COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMMES
Widening Participation (WP) students are three times more likely to be put off going to university due to the cost of university fees. We carried out qualitative and quantitative research investigating how WP students think, feel and behave when making decisions about higher education.
INSIGHTS AND TRENDS FROM OVER 11,000 STUDENTS
Each year we survey thousands of students to discover their perceptions of the options available to them after school, college or university to give you a unique insight into their decision-making journey.
Students lack in confidence as 80% believe a career in STEM is only for the brightest people with over half saying they think STEM would be too difficult for them.
The Student Room (TSR), the world’s largest online student community, has appointed Tony Lyons as Head of Commercial Marketing.
Young people questioning why votes at 16 were allowed in the 2014 Scottish referendum as our new research reveals 16-17 year olds would’ve voted remain.
Our research shows 37% of prospective medical students have been put off the subject due to the ongoing battle over working conditions...
We carried out a survey of 1,543 prospective medical students asking them whether they have been put off studying medicine because of the poor treatment of junior doctors and the subsequent contract row.
Get Revising, the UK's leading learning website with over 1.4 million members aged 14-24 helps all students achieve better grades by providing FREE learning tools
We’ve seen a massive 400% increase in new registrations since going free compared to this time last year. The Student Room Group now has 21% more UK members aged 14-24 than in September 2014 and we’re growing all the time!
Today the class of 2024 is ten. How will our future students be studying in ten years’ time?
Well, you can’t predict the future can you? But you can anticipate it, and embrace some of the emerging trends. So, in the Summer of 2014, we went on a mission to understand just what the next ten years could look like for a new generation of students.
We partnered with the Future Index and with our own student interns from the University of Sussex to explore what the world has in store for us all.
In the Annual “Options Report” commissioned by The Student Room, the UK’s largest student community, young people voice their horror stories and concerns about the current state of the Education system.