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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.

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.

Are you vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia?
Under 25s have been advised to get vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia as soon as possible.