CHARITY MENINGITIS NOW are urging young people off to university or the world of work this Autumn not to assume it’s COVID-19 if they feel ill – it might be meningitis.
The University of Aberdeen’s WayWORD Festival will be taking place from 19th to 26th of September.
88% of University of the Highlands and Islands respondents agreed they were able to access the resources they needed for their course during the pandemic,
The first proper scripted musical comedy – 1922’s Stella the Bajanella – written by student Eric Linklater
“This makes it a very compelling resource and really helps university staff better understand the challenges student carers face in juggling their unpaid care role alongside studying.” Shona Littlejohn OU Scotland
The University of the Highlands and Islands partnership has been awarded £100,000 to help students who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every Health Board in Scotland has recorded positive test results for Covid today, 8th of January. Orkney’s cumulative total now stands at 42.
The 4 nations of the UK have reached an agreement over the easing of restrictions over the Christmas period.
New Carers Trust Scotland research shows the key challenges for Scotland’s student carer population.
£560million to the Highlands and Islands, Moray and Perthshire economies, 6,200 jobs supported