On Wednesday 14th November we welcomed government representatives to join us at our first ever Bridging the Gap in London. We came together to share insights into the minds and behaviour of young people with the objective to bridge the gap between students and government, here’s a round-up of the day.
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.
We’re delighted to announce The Student Room has recently been certified by the Cyber Essentials standard, a Government backed scheme to help businesses protect themselves against cyber threats.
The launch of our exclusive event series, ‘Bridging the gap’, will connect government and students. We’re inviting representatives from all departments to join us in amplifying the student voice, as we share with them a route into the minds of young people, advising on how, when and what to communicate to students to ensure you get maximum and genuine engagement.
With over 500,000 users and 1.2 million page views it’s safe to say it’s been our biggest GCSE Results Day ever. Check out all the action and key stats you need to know from this year’s Results Day below.
With 561,000 users and 1.6 million page views it’s safe to say it’s been our biggest A-Level Results Day ever. Check out all the action and key stats you need to know from this year’s Results Day .
The law regarding Data Protection has changed. With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018 employers have extra responsibilities when it comes to the processing of data about you. Part of an employer’s obligation is to explain to staff (employees, workers and contractors), candidates and applicants what will happen to their data. This document is that explanation.
Read the headlines, or listen to politicians, and you’d think that higher education is in a bad way. But speak to people actually in the sector, and the picture is different.
TSR has been working with Revolt Sexual Assault, a campaign that aims to give power back to students, to consult thousands of young people about their experiences of sexual assault and harassment while at university.
With Google’s ongoing mission to make the web more mobile-friendly, they have decided to transition to mobile-first indexing.
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.
We recently received the seal of approval for our best practice and compliance with the high standards of JICWEBS DTSG (Digital Trading Standard Group) principles.