As a university student, you may feel as though your time is limited, especially if long commutes take valuable hours out of your day. According to a 2014 survey, the average commuter spends 10,634 hours on their journey to work - and students are no exception..
As the academic year looms, the pressures of exam season can become a real strain on your physical and mental state and staying motivated with your studies can be a real challenge.
Life after university isn't all rosy in the early days and you may experience anxieties over how you'll pay your own way without a helping hand. All students encounter these dreads, but it's always best to plan your finances in advance before you enter the big wide world as a graduate.
Many full-time students ask themselves "Will I be able to manage both a full-time degree and a job at the same time?" The answer depends on your circumstances - but, the majority of the time, the answer is yes. Here are some ways to work out whether you will be able to manage a full-time degree and a part-time job.
No matter how excited you may be for university, there's nothing to prepare you for the scary move into student accommodation.
Have you recently graduated and are you thinking of moving abroad? Here are 4 reasons why you definitely should.
There are currently 957,000 unemployed 16-24 year olds in the UK. The pressure to be successful is more stressful than ever. Making the right decision on whether to carry on studying can be extremely difficult.
If you've always dreamt of getting a job in the animation industry, you may be thinking to yourself, "Where on earth do I start?". The industry is tough and standing out from the crowd can be a challenge.
How can you prepare for a video interview when you're a total newbie? Here are 6 top tips to ensure that you have a successful video interview.
Here are a few ways social media could help you gain a new career.