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How the world of video games became quietly feminist

Holly Baxter wasn’t immediately convinced when she was introduced to the Bloody Baron, but now she’s a convert to the world of ever more nuanced video games

Student satisfaction levels fall amid protest against rising fees

The number of students responding to the National Student Survey – used by the Government to help determine fee increases – fell dramatically this year, as elite institutions refused to take part for the first time

How to get into university through Clearing

If you've missed out on an offer, Clearing can provide a second chance at getting into university - or even trade up your course using better grades

Female students asked to wear low-cut dresses to graduation

An email sent out to female medical students prompts sexism accusations at the Free University of Brussels

Universities 'wrong' to drop entry grades for disadvantaged students

Bright pupils from disadvantaged areas would more likely benefit from help improving their GCSE and A level grades, undergraduates from both state and private school backgrounds suggest

Students shouldn't worry about trying to find a job, says Ucas head

Mary Curnock Cook warns middle-class parents and universities are too 'obsessed' with young people landing a career early on