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.
Not everyone is into the clubbing scene at uni which is fair enough.
If you’re preparing to start your second year of uni, it’s safe to say that things are about to change. That fresher feeling has fizzled well and truly out and you know it’s about to get serious.
Work experience is a brilliant opportunity to prepare yourself for the real working world.
Now that you’ve graduated, you’ll be diving into the working world and making a living for yourself. Some graduates choose to go down the road of traditional employment while others go into self-employment.
Thinking about being your own boss? Good for you! Creating a successful business takes hard work, persistence, willpower and bundles of passion. But the benefits of self-employment make all the effort worthwhile.
Thinking about working abroad? Great stuff! Here are six tips on how to land that job on foreign soil…
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.
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.
You’re probably feeling overwhelmed and like you must pack everything from your 26 pairs of trainers to your ironing board. Here’s a handy little checklist of things to take to uni.