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- Entrepreneurs and starting out on your own
- Getting a job
- Going to university
- Studying and exams
- Volunteering, travel and gap years
Alternatives to open days
Can't make it to an open day? Here are some other ways to get a feel for a university.
Fee waivers explained
Find out how fee waivers work, and why you should usually take a bursary instead if you are given the choice.
Student life: freshers’ fair
Peter considers the delights of freshers' fair from the other side of the desk.
How do lectures work?
When you think of university teaching, you probably think of lectures - but how exactly do they work?
New Enterprise Allowance explained
The New Enterprise Allowance (NEA) offers up to £65 a week to start a business if you're on certain benefits.
Student finance: Appeals and complaints
Find out what you can do if something goes wrong with your student finance and it's not your fault.
A term abroad: reflections on 2014
As her term in the US comes to an end, Srimathi reflects on her experience.
Choosing a games degree
With computer games companies now big contributors to the UK economy, degree course leader Fiona French shares her advice on routes into the industry.
Why careers in traditional trades are on the rise among young Britons
If you don’t fancy being stuck in an office, careers using handcrafted skills seem to be on the rise.