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Your rights in a shared house
If you live in a shared house, your landlord may have extra legal responsibilities.

Which are the world's top universities?
University of Cambridge comes number three in a new survey, and there are three other UK universities in the Top 10.

Would you study an M&S course?
Marks and Spencer is one of the first retailers to offer a free online education course.

Design the new £1 coin
The Royal Mint has launched a competition for a member of the public to have their artwork on the new coin.

Cuts to Disabled Students' Allowance postponed
The government has announced that planned cuts to Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA) will be put off until 2016.

Is the ozone layer getting better?
Scientists believe the hole in the ozone layer might have stopped growing.

Would you prefer a video application to your UCAS form?
A US college is letting applicants submit a two-minute video application instead of exam results.

Which country has the oldest graduates?
The average age people finish university in Iceland is nearly eight years higher than in the UK.

Student Loans Company issues fraud warning
The SLC is warning students to be aware of scams around the start of term.

Which are the most welcoming universities?
A new survey shows which universities do best at making freshers feel at home.