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Women in STEM: looking forward to equality

On International Women in Engineering Day, Neha Chandarana writes about her love of science, being a female engineer and her hope for a time when male and female scientists and engineers are mentioned without differentiation

Women in STEM: how can we encourage more women into engineering?

There are still so few women in engineering roles and Mariana Bontempo believes that early intervention can encourage more women into the field 

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World Reputation Rankings 2017: navigating Yale University

Yale University is one of the most prestigious universities in the world. Two students explain how they balanced studying, making friends and extracurricular activities there

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World Reputation Rankings 2017: the University of Toronto student perspective

Two international students at the Canadian campus discuss why they chose to study at the institution

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World Reputation Rankings 2017: life at the University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge ranks among the top five most prestigious universities in the world. Lili Bidwell explains how her expectations of the university were overturned

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International perspective: a Vietnamese student in Paris

Moving from Vietnam to Paris to study was one of blogger Xuan Bach Chu's best experiences 

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International perspective: a Filipino student in Hungary

Benjamin Jance, a Filipino student at the Central European University in Budapest, reflects on his time there

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How can young people be encouraged to vote?

Fewer and fewer young people are turning up to vote despite appearing more engaged in politics, writes James Sloam