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You can already register to vote in the general election
Theresa May has announced an election on 8 June. Find out what you need to do to make your voice heard.
What to do if your accommodation problems don't get fixed
Students struggle to get their accommodation problems dealt with, according to a new survey.
Minimum wage rises
If you have a job – whether it's part-time, full-time or just in the holidays – make sure you're being paid at least the minimum wage.
Which universities have the best student experience?
Agriculture-focused Harper Adams has become the first specialist university to top the Student Experience Survey.
UCAS art and design deadline: Friday March 24
Applications for certain art and design courses must be submitted by March 24.
Do you have the 'soft skills' you need?
A new survey shows that many employers think new graduates don't have the skills they need for work. So how can you build the skills to stand out?
T-levels: what you need to know
Starting in 2019, new 'T-levels' will offer training in practical skills as an alternative to A-levels.
National Apprenticeship Week 2017
National Apprenticeship Week celebrates the many ways apprenticeships can help apprentices, employers and the wider community.
No university offers? You can apply for an extra course now
UCAS Extra gives you the chance to apply for one more university course on top of the usual five until 4 July.
Should there be bigger punishments for buying essays?
The government wants to crack down on students buying essays to hand in as their own work – but the risk of getting caught isn't the only downside.
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