The Higher Education and Research Act, passed in April, probably signifies the most significant shift in the sector in twenty-five years. What does it mean for students?
Volunteering at festivals works particularly well for students and other people who can’t afford the ever-rising price tag of music festivals, but also for those with a heart of gold, trying to inject some good will into society.
Whether an art student of undergrad or postgrad level, an amateur photographer with a family and full-time job, or photography fledgeling, here are five things which often get left out of the photography 101, and a couple of tips on how to tackle them.
It can be hard to draw the line between what’s professional and what’s not when it comes to behaviour on social media. However, there are some do’s and some don’t which are truly universal.
It can seem impossible to get a job after university. However, those who are able to think outside the box have an edge. Here are five unconventional ways to get a job which have worked for people before.
If you’ve not broken the music industry yet, then while you’re hacking away at it, there’s music-related temp work you can do that will get you closer to your goal, whilst paying your bills.
As an English graduate, your options are as diverse as your vocabulary. Whether it’s to make you feel smug in your professional security or give you some guidance as to where to look, here’s a list of five of the most common English graduate jobs.