It’s that time of year again. A-Level students across the UK are trawling through listings to decide which uni they want to go to and what they’d like to study. Other, more mature students who’ve decided that uni is the path for them begin to stress about the long application process. Whoever you are, it's a tricky period.
Maybe you’ve just finished the long slog of A-Levels, or your undergraduate degree. Or perhaps you’ve reached a point in your career and just need some time out. Either way, a gap year is always an option for you to consider.
As George Bernard Shaw once said: "He who can, does; he who cannot, teaches." Well, we never liked Pygmalion anyway.
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It's always good to keep employment on the back-burner. Here are a few tips on how to make best use of your uni experience to prepare you for the continuous flow of graduate applications after.
Whether you’re at university and bogged down with your dissertation or graduated and searching for a future, we all need strategies to cope with life’s strains. Here are five things to surround yourself with during pressured moments in life.
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