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National Student Money Week 2017: Waste Not, Want Not
This year's National Student Money Week looks at simple ways to save money by cutting down on waste and unnecessary spending.

Can you trust your revision guides?
An investigation has found mistakes in GCSE maths revision guides. Find out how you can avoid being caught out.

UCAS deadline: Sunday 15 January
If you haven't submitted your UCAS application yet, you have less than two weeks to send it in.

Would you pay higher fees to get your degree quicker?
Universities could be allowed to charge higher fees for two-year courses, the Telegraph reports.

Merry Christmas from Brightside
Everyone at Brightside would like to wish you a merry Christmas and a happy new year.

What can you do if your university lets you down?
An Oxford graduate is taking the university to court, claiming bad teaching hurt his results. But problems at uni don't have to end up in court.

New nursing apprenticeships start in 2017
From September 2017, aspiring nurses will be able to train on-the-job while earning a wage.

Survey reveals employers' favourite universities
Cambridge, Oxford and Imperial College London are the UK's best universities to prepare you for the world of work, according to a new survey.

University of Oxford offers its first free online course
Oxford's first free online course will start in February 2017 and will be about economic development.

New degree apprenticeships launching next year
From September 2017, new apprenticeships leading to a full degree will be available in subjects from engineering to policing.