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Transnational Education students outnumber foreign students in UK

Transnational Education students outnumber foreign students in UK

The number of TNE students (Transnational Education students) outnumber foreign students in the UK by 60%. There have been new plans made during British Prime Minister Theresa May’s state visit to China recently for a new campus to be built – Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU). A new report has... read more
Steps to becoming a better student at university

Steps to becoming a better student at university

University can be quite a scary place on the first impression – from a student perspective you are entering a whole new world full of new faces that you’ve never seen before. But primarily, it is important to remember why you are there. Aside from the Freshers and the... read more
3 Ways to boost career confidence

3 Ways to boost career confidence

Are you looking to boost your self-esteem and improve your career confidence for the better? If you want a career that you will love and enjoy, on a daily basis, then you need to start believing that you can make it happen. Having faith and inner-belief is important to... read more
Feel energised and motivated to follow your dreams

Feel energised and motivated to follow your dreams

Do you want to build on your personal development and increase the energy you have to move forward with your dreams? So many of us excessively over-think situations and procrastinate. We try our best to get out of ‘doing’, many of us have too many ‘should, could and would’... read more
Would reducing tuition fees favour poorer graduates?

Would reducing tuition fees favour poorer graduates?

“What we shouldn’t be doing is just going for a blanket cut in the cost of tuition fees because actually, that makes the system much, much less progressive.” – Nicky Morgan, the Former education secretary. The claim that cutting tuition fees for university students without changing anything else is... read more
Choosing what to study at university by Isis Aurora

Choosing what to study at university by Isis Aurora

It is undeniable that, choosing what to study at a university today can be a decision which carries a lot of pressure… “We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not yet learned the simple art of living together... read more
Millennials are worried about the security of their future

Millennials are worried about the security of their future

Young millennials are worrying more than ever about low wages, buying a home and paying back their degrees. A millennial is a person reaching young adulthood in the early 21st century and for most millennials, it has become a worrying period of time with floods of uncertainty arising. Millennials... read more
Designers – are they really designing their own life?

Designers – are they really designing their own life?

Despite ‘Design’ being the most popular university choice, graduates are not pursuing ‘designing’ as their career and instead, designers are looking for alternatives. Research from Design Week highlighted that while 300,000 students graduated from design courses between 2012-2013 and 2015-2016, only one quarter resulted in ‘highly skilled and highly... read more
Nick Allett: Interview tips – creating a winning CV

Nick Allett: Interview tips – creating a winning CV

By Nick Allett So it’s taken me a bit of time to write this, in fact, I have left it to the very last minute. Why? Because I wasn’t exactly too sure why I should be writing this. I mean I haven’t even been to college or university and... read more
Inspiring quotes and insights for graduates

Inspiring quotes and insights for graduates

Graduates from all over the country are in search of inspiration to help them take that step forward in pursuing their dream career, and that is why we have gathered together inspiring quotes. For graduates, preparing to launch into the real world after university can be challenging and scary,... read more