Student life can be a real stress. So why not make your time easier with some fun apps to keep you motivated and organised?
Taking a gap year can give you the real-world experience you need before settling down into work or study. A gap year well spent will give you the freedom to develop your subject area, travel and earn a bit of cash along the way too.
With students collecting their A-Levels recently, many young people are confused about the next step to take. While the obvious route is applying for university, many are left wondering whether taking on an apprenticeship is a better deal.
If you're thinking of heading to university next year, you'll need to start considering what you're going to include in your UCAS personal statement. Within the 4000 word limit, you're free to discuss the skills, ambitions, and experiences which may help secure your place on your dream course.
Are you off to university this autumn? If you're moving away from home, these top tips will help you breeze freshers week and ensure you're making the best of your experience:
The thought of studying a course that's new to you can be daunting. Here are four things every new journalism student should know.
Moving into halls can be an exciting move in your life. Still, the thought of leaving your cosy bedroom at home and being welcomed by cold, bare walls of student halls can be somewhat daunting.
Even the best students can make easy slip-ups without being informed of what NOT to do when it comes to writing up your academic essays.
Exam season is looming which means staying productive is essential. Studying for hours each day means you'll be in need of regular study breaks.
If you're wondering whether an online course is for you, here are 5 helpful tips on gaining success in distance learning.