Job offers can be like buses. You wait for one for ages and then two come along at once! Obviously you’re lucky to be in this situation. But how do you decide which role is the best one for you?

Whether you’re driving, walking, cycling or using public transport, the commute to work can be a long and boring one. But it doesn’t have to be this way! There are so many ways you can make your commute to and from work a productive one.

Sometimes, when you’ve got multiple essays on the go, it can be tempting to copy things without putting them into your own words. In doing so you’re committing plagiarism, something that universities across the country take very seriously.

If you’re applying for a job abroad or outside your home city, chances are the Skype interview might come up. Even if the job is in your home city, you never know when a Skype interview may be part of the recruitment process.

It can be difficult to keep your head down and study at uni with all the distractions and temptations waiting to catch you out. These come in many forms: TV, social media and friends who know they should let you study but also want you to come out to another fancy dress party.

The cost of living is always on the rise for students. Loans don’t usually last the whole semester and not all students can or want to rely on their parents for financial support. Sometimes, the only option can be to take on a part-time job.

As a fully-fledged graduate ready to start your career, graduate schemes will be something you’ve thought about. Whether it’s the right route for you depends on what you want from your working life.

Getting your first job after uni is an amazing moment. You feel on top of the world, ready to make your mark and build yourself a professional career. Needless to say, if you lose that job quickly it can be tough on your self-confidence.