Exam results 2015: The 5 steps on how to survive Clearing, according to Which? University

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Majority of young people 'concerned' about not finding a job, with young women being most worried, British Gas survey finds

Managing director for HomeCare at British Gas is "concerned" to hear so many young women are being put-off by careers in STEM

Exam results 2015: Parents are 'causing stress and worry' in pupils waiting for their GCSE and A-level grades, survey finds

The Student Room representative advises parents and students to 'research ahead of time and be prepared for all options to avoid panic'

University of Oxford graduate and perfumer, Ruth Mastenbroek, develops unisex scent based on her time at Lady Margaret Hall

The perfume-maker says she wanted to capture the excitement of leaving home for higher education

GCSE results: Parents reward their children with average of £104 for good grades - but lose sleep over summer holiday costs, says survey

Consumer editor urges parents to help with the cost of higher education as a gift instead

Career and pay gap between private and state-school educated graduates 'is growing', says new report

It is 'vital' that firms do more to improve social mobility through their recruitment practices, says chairman

Labour leadership race: Andy Burnham pledges to scrap university tuition fees and replace with 'graduate tax' in new manifesto

The shadow health secretary's announcement receives a mixed-response on Twitter

University of Law says it will refund students half of their tuition fees if they don't find employment within 9 months of graduating

Institution says its move looks-set to 'shake-up' the legal training sector following a 97% graduate employment rate

Student lives being 'put at risk' as landlords and letting agents fail to respond to 'dangerous' accommodation conditions, says safety charity

Charity launches campaign to help make landlords and letting agents, and students, aware of the 'staggering' issue

University of Strathclyde graduate, Rebecca Pick, invents £10-per-month 'rape alarm' for women to combat sexual violence

The former student has won praise and gathered negative responses to the device which will be available from October this year

Exam results 2015: Can you pass the SQA Higher Maths exam which Scottish high school students found 'too difficult'?

The SQA had to admit the assessment was 'more demanding than intended' after a national outcry this year

University of Sussex unveils new creative space dedicated to its former chancellor Lord Richard Attenborough

New facility will build on Lord Attenborough's legacy of 'liberal values, radical action, empowerment, and a passion for the humanities'

Worry over university tuition fees, living costs, and debt 'doubles' among students in two years, The Student Room survey finds

Community director of the group says it is 'of great concern' that students are taking a step backwards – despite them being 'pragmatic' in 2010

SQA Higher Maths exam 2015: Pass mark for the controversial Scottish paper 'considerably reduced' to 34%, SQA reveals

Scottish Labour presses SNP to conduct a full review into the exam to prevent a repeat next year

Scotland's universities produce 'more successful' graduates than the rest of the UK, HESA data shows

Graduates from Scotland's universities also have higher starting salaries than the rest of their peers in the UK

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