Monthly Archive: November 2015

The new edition of the annual QS Best Student Cities index will be published on 1 December, with the list extended to feature even more of the world’s top cities for students. Designed to celebrate the planet’s most appealing urban study destinations, the index draws on a wide range of indicators to assess cities in […]

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As you’ll probably be aware, record numbers of students are now attending university. Consequently, you need to find ways to separate yourself from the pack when you finally graduate and enter the world of work. Unless you’ve launched your own app or developed a new social media platform while at university, there are likely to […]

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Part time jobs are a great way for students to make extra money, gain experience in a number of fields and build on team work, customer service and all-round people skills. But there’s a fair amount of competition in the part time jobs market now, with lots of people competing for every position advertised. Here’s […]

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This article is sponsored by EMLYON Business School. The Economist defines a social entrepreneur as someone who develops an innovative answer to a social problem; for instance, creating a new business model to help tackle poverty. Social enterprises generate profits rather than relying on donations and grants, but unlike other organizations, exist to re-invest profits […]

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This article is sponsored by EMLYON Business School. Entrepreneurs come from many different walks of life and span every industry, product type, generation and culture. But what all of these entrepreneurs have in common is the steep learning curve to success, with many lessons being learned along the way. So what wisdom can we learn […]

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