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University drop-out rates fall
The number of students leaving their course in the first year has gone down.
Is news about the EU putting students off certain languages?
New research suggests students think French and German are less ‘useful’ than other languages.
Should 'three parent babies' be made legal?
A method that uses DNA from three people to create an embryo could prevent some genetic diseases.
How real are virtual fans?
Researchers have uncovered record companies buying fake Facebook likes and YouTube views for their artists.
Should student loans fund 'pick-and-mix' courses?
A former government adviser says that loans should be available to study short online courses as well as traditional degrees.
How missing IT skills can hold you back
New research shows that many young people struggle to find work because of poor IT skills.
Why are fewer students studying part-time?
The number of students studying part-time undergraduate degrees has fallen 40% since 2010.
Get two weeks' work experience in banking, law or politics this summer
Applications for the Social Mobility Foundation’s summer residential schools are now open.
Twitter Q&A with entrepreneur Duane Jackson
Award-winning entrepreneur and Brightside Start-Up Loans Ambassador Duane Jackson will answer your business questions on Twitter this Friday at 2pm.
National Apprenticeship Week 2013
National Apprenticeship Week runs from March 11 to March 15.
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