wrong course

Choosing the right course’s an important part of applying to university. This has to be something you can use in a future career. Something that’s applicable and useful. However, not everyone knows what they want to do in the future. Here are the signs you've chosen the wrong degree course.

Job interviews are always exciting. There’s the elevated mood when you get an email inviting you to interview. You come in on time, you answer all the questions and all in all, you feel like you’ve made a good impression.

When you hear the word psychology, what comes to mind? An asylum filled with raging lunatics and a man in a white coat walking around, nonchalantly jotting down info on a sheet of paper?

Their stuff is in your drawers, their toothbrush is by the sink and yes, they have nicer bedclothes than you. Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you your roommate.

We've all been there: beating ourselves up because we've spent our money on something we either don't really need or regret buying because there's a cheaper option out there. Without further ado, here are a few of my favourite hustling tips.