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Are tuition fees bad for your mental health?
A study shows that students charged higher fees felt stressed for longer when starting uni.

UCAS to allow applications to European universities
Students will be able to apply in the same way as for UK universities from this year.

Why are fewer people studying languages at university?
The number of modern languages students has fallen 16% in six years.

Your chance to quiz top employers about careers skills
The Telegraph is looking for 14-18 year olds to take part in an online debate.

What happens if you're paid too much in student finance?
Over £200 million has been paid to students by mistake over the last three yeas. Find out what to do if it happens to you.

How useful is Wikipedia for students?
A study has found that 90% of students use Wikipedia – but only 65% think it's useful.

Safer Internet Day 2015
February 10 is Safer Internet Day.

National Student Money Week 2015 launches
National Student Money Week runs from February 9 to 13.

Should universities provide beds for students?
Sleepy students at University of East Anglia who feel like dropping off in lectures can now drop into a room with a bed on campus.

Are universities changing their courses unfairly?
An investigation by Which? has found that many students could face changes to their courses during their studies.