The UK’s decision to leave the European Union threatens to limit the opportunities of current undergraduates. As members of the EU, students from the UK can live, work and study in any other EU country without restrictions - privileges that are compromised by our future cessation.
Media portrayals of fashion careers can be summed up in one word: glamorous You've seen Meryl Streep in The Devil Wears Prada Who wouldn't want that life Still, the fashion industry isn't all slender models and....
For some, the term 'freelance' may conjure images of the deathless Carrie Bradshaw, a self-employed journalist asking rhetorical questions about gender and barely ever actually producing any work, and yet apparently being paid enough to buy designer clothing. If only!
Work experience is a brilliant opportunity to prepare yourself for the real working world.
While the start-up versus corporation question is a vast oversimplification of options, it’s a useful exercise in thinking about ourselves as professionals and the environments in which we prefer to work.
We’ve all had bad days at work. Maybe even a couple of bad weeks. It's to be expected. But if you can’t remember the last time you had a good day at work, then it might be time to think about moving on.
To be a successful student, you first need to build a few key study habits. Before you know it, they'll become part of your study routine and you won't remember the meaning of inefficient work!
It's that time of year again! A whole herd of sleepy final year caterpillars are emerging from their cocoons as beautiful, grown-up butterflies. In theory, that is.
Ah! Summer is almost over. Thank goodness you found time to do that mountain hike, catch up on all that term-time reading and finally get to grips with... Oh, who are we kidding?
You’re heading off to university and you’ve probably thought of everything… Well, almost. Here are five things you should remember as a fresher.