Monthly Archives: August 2015

One of the most popular questions asked by students is what they have to do to graduate with a first-class degree.  And whilst it may seem like an impossible task for only the ‘Geniuses’ from an outside perspective, the amount of students graduating with first-class degree’s are exceeding record breaking numbers in the UK. 79,440

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Writing by Juanita Agboola Starting life in a new city can be both exhilarating and daunting, especially when you decide to move to a place as hectic as London. To enable you to get used to living and studying in such a busy city, we’ve listed three must mobile apps that you MUST have. Similar

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Written by Juanita Agboola Figures from UCAS suggest that the number of students being accepted to study degree courses in construction has risen significantly. Earlier this month, when Alevel results were released, UCAS announced that 7,550 students had been accepted in degrees such as architecture, building and planning. These are all classified as K subjects.

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Written by Freda Nomo When employers are hiring they are looking a certain set of skills. These set of skills can make you stand out from the other 100 applicants competing for your job. Whatever field you decide to work in, they are important for progressing your career. So what are these skills? Read another

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Written by Freda Nomo The health care sector has huge variety of career paths, ranging from Doctors and Midwives to Therapists and Social Workers. Each field deals with a mass amount of cliental, emotional highs and lows and a sensitive nature. Social Workers are hired to work with people and support them in times of

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Written by Kajal Kumar It’s hard to sum up years and years of education on a page. But, Graduates need to make sure they spell out to employers why the skills gained at university are commercially relevant. Don’t assume that an employer will immediately understand how your degree is useful — especially if there’s no

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Written by Kajal Kumar More than half of Britain’s graduates are in non-graduate jobs, as over-qualification has reached saturation point, meaning money invested in higher education is being wasted and young people are crippled by debt. The mismatch between the number of university leavers and the jobs appropriate to their skills has left the UK

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Written by Juanita Agboola Well done for getting into university! While studying for that degree, you will experience several changes, both academically and socially. One of the major changes is the way in which you are taught. This new approach consists of listening to a lecturer in lecture halls and theatres filled with as many

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Written by Kajal Kumar It’s that “back to school” or if you like “back to uni” season again. As September gets closer and closer, it’s about time we start preppin’. Going back to university can be exciting for many. Due to fresher’s events, we don’t dread it like school. It can feel more like a

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