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This article is sponsored by Cambridge English. There are so many different ways to practice English, sometimes it’s hard to know where to start. This is why Cambridge English, part of the University of Cambridge, has developed Learning English.It has everything you need, all in one place and for free. There are lots of short, […]

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  Forget about clichéd study tips such as getting a good night’s sleep, eating well or crafting the perfect revision schedule. We’ve pulled together some rather more fun study tips (all with good reasons behind them!), outlined in the infographic below… because sometimes you need to deviate from the norm to unleash your full potential! […]

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Has the time finally come for that much desired tiki tour of New Zealand and/or Australia? Here’s everything that you need to know before you embark on your Ozzie/Kiwi Gap Yah… Visas To spend part of your gap year in Australia, you’ll need to apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) or a working holiday […]

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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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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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Source by businessinsider   George Washington                                           1789-1797 “Associate yourself with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for ’tis better to be alone than in bad company.” John Adams       […]

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Need a bit of motivation before starting university? We’ve put together some of the most inspirational quotes from prominent Nobel Prize winners who bear distinction in various fields, from physics and medicine to literature and peace activism. Scroll to the end to enjoy a beautiful slideshare of inspirational quotes, or keep reading for a short […]

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In the UK just 13% of all STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) jobs are filled by women, while in the US only 11% of technology startups have female founders or CEOs. Similar statistics are reported across the world in male-dominated industries such as business, engineering and technology. Will the gender disparity in male-dominated industries […]

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Many universities are interested improving the diversity of their intake, and are keen to offer support for students from minority groups. Particularly in the US, this means a wide number of scholarships for Hispanic students are available. The list below is just a selection of current Hispanic scholarships on offer – don’t just limit yourself […]

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