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Student Experience Survey 2017: investigating well-being at university

PhD student Susan Oman outlines the findings from a year she spent listening to her peers about what is important to their well-being, and their broader experiences of higher education
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Student Experience Survey 2017: hear from students at the top institutions

Students from some of the top performing universities in the 2017 Student Experience Survey discuss what makes their university great
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Why I chose to study at the National University of Singapore

NUS has been named the number one university in our 2017 Asia University Rankings. Here’s why student Mick Lee Chang Jie felt it was definitely the place for him

The highlights of my time as a Chinese University of Hong Kong student

The Chinese University of Hong Kong has a strong sense of community, and offers students the opportunity to host international events and study abroad programmes, says John Liu Hin Lok
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The benefits of an international placement during your degree

Placements abroad used to be a ‘nice to have’; I’d say nowadays they are a ‘must-have’ says one British student studying in Australia
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Women in STEM: stories from MIT students

Women are still under-represented on STEM degree courses. Three female students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology speak about their experiences in male-dominated subjects
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Making meaningful connections at a small university

The "numerous disadvantages" associated with a smaller university are utterly untrue says Alice Ringelstein
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A cohesive student community

Attending a small university makes it easier to arrange social activities and societies, says University of Neuchâtel student Stéphanie Musy