September’s come around again.
50-70% of first time students experience homesickness during their first few weeks. So why not bring a bit of home to your new digs?
Whether you're just starting at uni or entering your final year, university can be an overwhelming experience. The so-called 'best years of your life' can lead to unreasonably high expectations.
Turn that frown upside down, prospective fresher! Here are five good reasons that going to a university open day might be worth the journey.
Whether it's because of overindulging in “uni life” or because your loan didn’t stretch far, debt is a situation many post-grads find themselves in. And it isn’t exactly an unexpected situation.
So, you’ve chosen a non-vocational degree and graduation is nearing. The great thing about a humanities course is that it can lead to a broad range of careers. The downside is that it can lead to a broad range of careers.
In need of a holiday and not much cash to play with? With all the stress of a first grad job, you’re bound to feel ready to escape the daily slog sooner or later. A holiday or short break can be the perfect way to refresh yourself after all that hard work.
Closing the door on three years at university is never as straightforward as it might sound. Let’s run through the five things that every student should know - or will inevitably find out - after leaving university.
One-of-a-kind societies, scary reading lists to plough through, and perhaps one too many £1 Jägerbombs...? As wise old Rafiki once said: "It's in de past."
Do you dream of crafting your debut novel or screenplay? Or perhaps you’ve got your heart set on becoming a journalist and penning scandalous headlines. Maybe you crave a life with books and wish to enter the publishing industry as an editorial assistant.