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Hungary's parliament overhauls higher education amid outcry
Critics have decried the reform as a theft of public funds and a takeover of Hungary's higher education system by Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
These Romania students can now pay their tuition with cryptocurrency
Teaming up with a local start-up, the Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu will become the first university in Romania to offer students the chance to pay in cryptos.
Greek students protest 'university police' plans over freedom fears
Supporters of the reform, due to be approved by lawmakers on Thursday, argue that Greek universities have long been plagued by violence and those against it are afraid it will hinder freedom of expression.
Climate change is making hayfever season last even longer
A new study has shown that rising temperatures are having an effect on allergy season.
Students and teachers both suffer as higher education moves online
Euronews went to Maastricht University in the Netherlands to speak to students and lecturers about the impact COVID-19 is having on their learning and teaching.
Twitter removes 'hateful' LGBT comments by Turkey's Interior Minister
Twitter said the post violated rules about hateful conduct but decided to keep it on the platform for public interest.
Will the Dutch fill the English-speaking vacuum for Erasmus students?
Britain's decision to withdraw from the Erasmus student exchange programme has left many university pupils upset, but the Netherlands is now emerging as a new alternative to the UK.
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Students tackle global issues with innovation
Using animal scale design to prevent impact injuries on humans, and utilising food waste to reduce the effect of plastic on the environment, are just some ways in which students are tackling global problems.
Polish scientists identify first cases of COVID-19 at a mink farm
Polish scientists have identified the first cases of the coronavirus in mink at a farm in the north of the country, the Medical University of Gdansk said on Tuesday.
At least 770 students test positive for COVID-19 at UK university
At least 770 Northumbria University students tested positive for COVID-19 of which at least 78 are symptomatic.
Students left studying their own four walls after university lockdowns
This time of year is meant to herald the start of the academic year for university students: new courses, new lectures and new faces. But for many across Europe, the reality is instead the same four walls of their lodgings.
Dutch students fight to keep COVID-19 out of shared houses
Dutch students have had to find ways to keep COVID-19 from spreading in their shared houses.
Virus clusters at French universities a worry for returning students
At least a dozen COVID-19 clusters have emerged since French campuses and classrooms reopened this month.
Hungarian students blockade university in protest against Orban reform
Students in Hungary are blockading the main entrance of a university over a government reform that has already seen the establishment's management resign in protest.
Britain scraps algorithm for student exam grades after outcry
Education officials say the results will be based on teachers' predictions after students complained their grades had been unfairly reduced
COVID-19 pandemic ruins European class of 2020's first job chances
Euronews spoke to recent graduates from across the bloc to see how they were managing to get a first foot on the ladder in their chosen careers in the midst of a global pandemic and economic crisis.
Trump administration rescinds rule on foreign student visas
The Trump administration rescinded on a policy that would have stripped international students of their visas if their schools held classes entirely online because of the pandemic.
EU students will be charged more to study at UK universities from 2021
Up to now, EU nationals paid the same fees as British students and could get access to UK government loans.
University course helps students face climate crisis with hope
It's easy to feel anxious about the state of the environment but this course is fighting that feeling with education.
Italian scientists isolate DNA sequence of coronavirus
Scientists in Rome say they have isolated the DNA sequence of the coronavirus and will share the research worldwide to help combat the outbreak