Is your course challenging you? Impact investigates

Published by Impact Magazine (Online) March 25, 2015. Prompted by the national survey ‘A Degree of Value’ published in November 2014 by consumer watchdog Which?, Impact investigates student satisfaction at the University of Nottingham. The Which? report is calling for students to be given better information and advice about higher education choices, minimum standards for complaints and…

UoN’s tax status as a charity explained

Published by Impact Magazine (Online) March 12, 2015. Having been made aware that UoN is registered as a charity during our investigation into its executive management, Impact decided to find out more. As stated on the ‘Finance’ section of the University of Nottingham’s website, “In common with all UK Universities the University of Nottingham is a charity which,…

“Our own complaints procedure is not an appropriate avenue”: SU lack of punishment for sexual assault revealed

Updated article. Published by Impact Magazine (Online) November 24, 2014. A second year Politics student at the University of Nottingham alleged that she had her complaints of sexual assault mishandled by the University’s Student Union (SU) after emailing the President, Harry Copson, and the Equal Opportunities and Welfare Officer, Chloe Averill, voicing her grievances. Phoebe Greggor felt…