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Did you know that most UK graduates are what’s known as “geographically immobile”? This means that once they leave University, around 58% of them remain in the area they studied...
Should I get a part time job during 6th Form
If you’re heading into sixth form, you may have started considering whether it’s time for you to start working. Many sixth form students work a part-time job, either for the...
Adult learners ask: Can I get funding for further education?
If you’re an adult (over the age of 19) looking to undertake a further education (FE) course in the UK, you may be eligible for some financial support or funding...
Is an apprenticeship classed as further education?
An apprenticeship is a job with training that allows you to “earn while you learn”. In the UK, there are over 1,500 different types of apprenticeship open to applicants aged...
Why Choose an Apprenticeship (Infographic)
We often get asked what are the benefits of doing an apprenticeship, we thought we could just list all of the advantages but then we thought we could get our...
Why should I do an Open University course?
Why should I do an Open University course? For school leavers, there are many options available. Many people go straight into work, some take a gap year, and others head...
Tips for improving your grades
Whether you’re at university, in secondary school, or a higher level of education, you will likely face a time where you need to improve your grades. This isn’t easy, despite...
What’s it like going to Uni in London?
Choosing where to study in the UK can be tricky – most undergraduates want to move away from their hometown for a new experience and to meet new people, but...
What soft skills do employers want?
Writing a CV has got to be one of the most difficult things to do. Sitting there, staring at the blank document, you wonder whether it’s worth listing your Year...
How can I support a friend through their mental health struggles at University?
Over the last few years, the UK has seen a steady rise in mental health issues being reported by students and young adults. Driven by a marked rise in depression...
Is it too late to change Unis?
So, you’re at Uni, you’ve survived fresher’s week, and your course is well underway. And yet, something isn’t sitting right with you. The more you think about it, the more...
Surviving the festive season as a student
October is over, and we all know what that means… the shops are selling inflatable Santas, that one auntie has the Christmas Tree up already, and everyone will have forgotten...
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