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New degree marking system planned
The government has announced plans to add a new 13-point scale to the degree class system.
How can you avoid payday loans?
A survey shows that 1.5% of students use expensive payday loans – but people who aren't in contact with their parents are at more risk.
One in four students have never budgeted
Money is often tight at university, but a quarter of students have never built a budget, according to a new survey.
Who qualifies for student loans?
Some students born outside the UK have found out at the last minute that they can't get student finance.
June 23 is National Women in Engineering Day
National Women in Engineering Day aims to raise the profile and celebrate the achievements of women in engineering.
Why are some graduate jobs going unfilled?
Graduates are missing out on jobs because of poor applications, according to a new survey.
Should GCSEs be scrapped?
The head of a business organization says that students should face fewer exams so they can get a wider range of experience.
What to do if you think your university doesn’t deals with your complaints properly
More students than ever went to the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for help with a complaint last year.
Can you balance your studies with a part-time job?
The number of 16- and 17-year-olds working while they study has more than halved over the last 20 years.
What to do if there's a mistake on your exam
A misprint on an exam paper has frustrated A-level physics students. Find out what to do if your exam goes wrong.
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