To quote DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince: “Summer, summer, summertime, time to sit back and unwind.” Or not.
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When you first start applying for jobs it can be both exciting and nerve-wracking.
It’s common knowledge that getting the job of your dreams isn’t easy – even with a degree. So what do you do when you’re applying for journalism jobs and not getting anywhere?
Extra, extra, extra - read about all about it! News just in: it’s more important than ever for journalism students to stay one step ahead of the game. Needless to say, it’s a competitive industry.
The decision to take a gap year is a personal one. Some students will wish to continue their studies so they can gain their qualifications as soon as possible. Others may prefer a break from education before they embark on their university course.
It’s important to recognise the signs you may be stressed and deal with them. Here are six simple ways you can manage your stress levels while you’re studying.
It’s been three fabulous years of deadlines and dancing but now your graduation day is here. With real life around the corner, it's easy to question whether you’re really ready for the 9-5 life.