Working abroad can help you build valuable skills for your career and can set you apart from a crowd of other applicants when it comes to applying for jobs. Luckily, employers value people with international experience.
Going to university for the first time can be a life-changing experience for some It can also be a daunting time In 2015–16 there were 228 million students studying at UK tertiary education institutions So....
Increasingly, employers are looking for soft skills and experience as much as a degree. Through a social activity such as being a team captain or a society president, you can grow examples for the CV that you might not have realised you were nurturing.
With money so tight, it’s important to remember that university life is meant to be a memorable time, making memories as well as gaining an education in your specialised field.
While assessments shouldn’t be taken lightly (more on that later), first year is also the perfect time to tick some things off your bucket list.
The feeling of doubt and panic about the standard required at uni is something many students will be familiar with. If you’re also doubting your choice of subject, this can make things even harder.
All those lectures, seminars and classes - not to mention the social element! Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to clone yourself to fit it all in? Unfortunately cloning isn’t available, but with the advancing technology there are plenty of cool apps and programs to make life just that little bit easier.
With more and more job listings going up every month, it can be difficult to track new listings as well as old ones. Not arranging your job hunt in an organised fashion is the best way to get overwhelmed, waste time and even lose opportunities.
You've only been off from school or university for a few weeks. You're already missing your friends and struggling to fill your days with activities on a student's budget.
Don't be broke this summer. Here are some tips to cutting down the expense of your holiday without compromising on your enjoyment.