Closing the door on three years at university is never as straightforward as it might sound. Let’s run through the five things that every student should know - or will inevitably find out - after leaving university.
In need of a holiday and not much cash to play with With all the stress of a first grad job, you’re bound to feel ready to escape the daily slog sooner or later A holiday or short break can be the perfect way to....
One-of-a-kind societies, scary reading lists to plough through, and perhaps one too many £1 Jägerbombs...? As wise old Rafiki once said: "It's in de past."
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Do you dream of crafting your debut novel or screenplay? Or perhaps you’ve got your heart set on becoming a journalist and penning scandalous headlines. Maybe you crave a life with books and wish to enter the publishing industry as an editorial assistant.
With new-found freedom, budgets to juggle and plenty of daily distractions, it’s hard to strike the balance between fully immersing yourself into student life, and remembering to take care of your wellbeing.
When you're already faced with the interview jitters, this can be the last question you want to hear. Unfortunately, it's not acceptable to just scream: "Because I'm broke and I need this job!" You need to formulate an actual, well thought-out answer.
Going into higher education can be a very daunting experience, not least because you’re tasked with finding a new clique. It took you long enough to settle in at school, for goodness' sake!
It can be pretty expensive being a student. There are so many expenses to consider, from tuition fees and course materials to accommodation and food... Oh, and a social life of course.
Time to be psychic now. That’s right: after the verbal reasoning test, the panel interview and the essay, they're now asking you to predict the future.