Monthly Archive: October 2015

Freshers’ week has come and gone, and we get it, you’re back to budgeting properly in order to make it through to the end of the first term… and then your housemates decide to plan some budget-busting Halloween celebrations! Now don’t stress, we’ve got you covered. Read on for money-saving tips, tricks, treats and costume […]

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Did you know that Mexico is home to a very rare species of rabbit called the volcano rabbit, which lives near Mexican volcanoes? Or that Peru grows more than 55 varieties of corn in almost every color you could possibly imagine? Check out our infographic which summarizes six surprising facts about Latin America, and get […]

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This article is sponsored by Cambridge English. Universities and colleges are looking for more than excellent academic scores. At top universities, most applicants will have high test scores, so admissions decisions are often based on other criteria. One of the most important factors is your communication skills. Some students think that academic subject knowledge is […]

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This article is sponsored by the University of South Wales. Wales is part of the United Kingdom (UK) and the island of Great Britain, and was voted one of the top countries in the world to visit by Rough Guide in 2014. It is bordered by England to the south and east, with the Irish […]

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Did you know that around 75% of our day is spent communicating in some way? A Masters in Communication degree involves the study of how we create information and share it with one another, both on an interpersonal and organizational level. Read on to find out about common Master of Communication degree types, entry requirements, […]

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Ever considered a career in international hospitality management? Offering rapid career progression and the opportunity to travel and work with a diverse group of people, international hospitality management roles are highly sought-after. As a booming industry, the hospitality industry not only outpaced the wider economy in 2013, but it grew faster than other significant sectors […]

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Although none of the institutions listed below can lay claim to being the oldest universities in the world, two date back to the 17th century, and all of these historic US universities date back to before the American Revolution commenced in 1765. Six of the universities below are also members of the prestigious Ivy League, […]

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Planning to study architecture and need some extra funding? Check out these architecture scholarships on offer around the world, broken down by region… Please note, partly because architecture is most commonly taught at postgraduate level, the majority of the scholarships below are for master’s or PhD courses. However, there are also some undergraduate awards on […]

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If you’re starting university soon, you’re likely to be feeling excited as well as apprehensive, but try not to worry! For most people, university is one of the best experiences of their lives. It might be even more nerve-racking if you’re going to be studying abroad in an unfamiliar country, but this could also make […]

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Guest post: Taylor Tomita Between rising tuition fees and the never-ending stream of financial horror stories about student debt and graduate struggles, the idea of college can be nerve-racking. Many students are reliant on financial assistance to survive college, but student loans often bring a heavy financial burden. This is where scholarships can help. Scholarships […]

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