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7-11 November is Tomorrow's Engineers Week
The week gives you the chance to find out about the huge variety of things engineers work on, and explore whether engineering is the career for you.

Why are some people's student loan repayments too big?
The SLC has given refunds to more than 300,000 students in the last five years. Find out why, and how you can avoid overpaying.

15 October is the UCAS deadline for medicine courses and Oxbridge
If you're applying to study medicine, dentistry or veterinary science, or for any course at Oxford or Cambridge, your application needs to be in by 6pm today, 15th October.

October 10 is World Mental Health Day
World Mental Health Day shines a spotlight on mental health education, awareness and advocacy.

Universities trial hiding applicants' names
Four universities are making their admissions process "name-blind" to help prevent potential discrimination.

Some Russell Group universities may opt out of the TEF
Some universities may not think the new system, which ties fees to teaching quality, is worth joining.

Oxford University’s state school intake rises
More state school students have been offered a place at Oxford University this year than ever before.

Teenagers need help making informed A-level choices
A Which? University survey suggests that fewer then half of university applicants consider their degree choice when picking A-level subjects.

Good luck with your GCSE results!
Good luck to everybody receiving their GCSE results today! Whatever grades you get, it’s important to remember that today isn’t the be-all and end-all, and that you shouldn’t compare them to others’. Read on to find out more…

Clearing successes for 33,000 this year
As of Monday morning, 33,000 UCAS applicants have found university places through this year’s Clearing.