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    Lifestyle |

    3 months ago

    The best Brighton student food

    If you’re familiar with the city of Brighton, you’ll know that it can be a bit of a ‘hotspot’ for students. Last year, we showed you the best places to eat in Bournemouth. With its eclectic street art, the Laines, the beach, and the pier, Brighton has a variety of unique, weird and wonderful places […]

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    Uncategorised |

    4 months ago

    What’s it really like to work as a freelancer?

    Freelancing is more popular than ever before. Whether it’s working on a freelance contract or cold pitching story ideas to publications, the BBC reported in July 2018 that the number of self-employed workers has been rising since 2001, so I spoke to three experienced freelancers to find out what to expect… You are your own […]

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    Lifestyle |

    4 months ago

    The 5 best law books for students

    Like any other topic we have the chance to study, law can be a challenge – but it’s more relevant than ever before. Whether you like to read tweets by a QC or a court reporter dissecting a live trial, or just wish to play a part in the administration of our justice system, there […]

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    Lifestyle |

    4 months ago

    5 ways you can improve your mental health at university

    Going to university can be a quite challenging and difficult period for many students for a number of reasons. Many people find themselves juggling studying for exams, working part-time to support themselves while trying to maintain their social life and enjoy their time through university life. This can cause difficulties for your mental health at […]

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    Lifestyle |

    4 months ago

    The best ‘study music’ genres

    Everyone’s heard that classical music helps you work better, but there’s only so much Mozart one can listen to before you start to go insane. With that said, what do you do when you’ve exhausted your go-tos? Here are some great study music genres that you might not have even thought to listen to. Film […]

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    Career Talk |

    4 months ago

    6 business books by women you need to read

    Whether you’re starting your first job, working your way up the career ladder or going it alone as an entrepreneur, all of us could do with a few words of wisdom. Yet most business books are written by middle-aged male professors and CEOs, making them difficult to connect with.  There’s been great strides in workplace […]

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    You Should Know |

    4 months ago

    The affordable way to study abroad

    Travelling and settling in new places introduces us to people, cultures, experiences and ideas beyond our own – putting what we already think we know in perspective and allowing us to learn and teach at once. Studying abroad lets you combine the natural learning process of living abroad with formal education. The language skills, cross-cultural […]

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    Employability |

    5 months ago

    Top tips for teaching English as a Foreign Language abroad

    If you’re eager to explore the world but your bank balance isn’t quite so accommodating, earning as you travel can be the ideal solution. One of the easiest ways to do this is to tap into a valuable asset that you probably take for granted: your knowledge of the English language. As a fluent English […]

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    Lifestyle |

    5 months ago

    How to make money as a student

    Is your student loan is not stretching as far as you need it to, but you do not have enough time to get a job around your studies? Saving up not seeming to make a difference? There are easy ways to make money around university without getting a part-time job, and lots of them involve […]

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    University Life |

    5 months ago

    How to use colour to ‘up’ your revision

    If you’re like me, when it comes to revision you’ll use a lot of colour. At college, I was the student who’d arrive to lesson arrayed with a variety of highlighters; my Filofax, the ultimate organisation tool, was colour coded within an inch of its life. Be it appointments, blog posts, revision slots, when homework […]

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    Employability |

    5 months ago

    How to ace your graduate job interview

    Graduate interviews can be nerve-wracking. The only thing standing between you and that dream job. However, the more you do of them, the better you get, so don’t fret if your first interview doesn’t turn out the way you wanted. Put simply, the more you prepare, the better chance you have of landing that job. […]

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    Lifestyle |

    5 months ago

    What Autistic graduates want employers to know

    Back in 2015, two months shy of turning sixteen, I was diagnosed with Aspergers Syndrome. To me, it was just a word to describe me – because after all, nothing had changed. I was still the same person. But over time I began to read to read into the poor level of employment within the […]

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