Struggling with university? Finding tertiary education too much to handle? There are many who feel the same way. One in ten students quit in their first year and there are many reasons why.
Many students work as interns in a professional work environment while they're attending university classes As an intern, you have a chance to gain great work-life experience, establish professional contacts and get a....
The job interview process isn’t a one-way street. As well as a chance for your employer to check you out, it’s also an opportunity for you, as a prospective employee, to see if a company is the place for you.
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.
University is very different from school or college. For one, you’re treated as a grown-up. Lecturers expect more from you and there’s more independent thought and study involved. It’s no place for messing around and chatting to your friends.
For years, students have questioned whether their first year of studying is worth it at all. Do the marks matter? Does the start of university count for anything at all? Here's a good list of reasons why your first year counts!
It's always exciting when you start a new job; it's a brand new chapter of your life and the chance to build a career in something you enjoy doing. But while a job can be a welcome prospect, they aren't always quite what we expect. If you're particularly unlucky, a dream job role can become more like a nightmare.
It’s a bit of a cliché: uni students live off pasta and ready meals, and have to Google the simplest culinary questions. While it may be cheaper to survive on a veg-less diet, sooner or later your body will be complaining about it even more than your mum would (if she knew).
Society seems to blame Millennials for just about everything. From not being able to afford houses because they've spent their deposit on avocado toast to being named the laziest generation so far, heaping opprobrium on Gen Y seems to have become a trend.
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.