Monthly Archives: January 2014

Making The Most Of Your University Life

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When people in the UK talk about university life – student life – they often associate it with drunkenness, laziness, too much TV and a huge burden of debt at the end of it all. When you’re living the student dream, it’s really easy to get caught up in going out most nights and sleeping Continue Reading

Delivering An Excellent Presentation

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Whether you’re delivering to a group of classmates, colleagues, or a prospective client, it’s vital to get it right so that the presentation assists you in getting your message across. Whether you like it or not, most companies or institutions use PowerPoint; a good presentation style is hard to finesse, but it’s certainly well worth Continue Reading

How To Create A Study-Life Balance

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Creating study-life balance is often challenging for new students to get absolutely right straight away. Being away from home for the first time can mean that newly initiated students will fall into bad habits of drinking a lot, eating unhealthily at strange times and losing any sense of regular routine. Balancing coursework, flat-/housemate harmony, extracurricular Continue Reading

The Dissertation Experience

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Writing a dissertation can be a very stressful experience which requires a lot of planning, structuring and hard work. This is a skill that you cannot learn earlier in your life – it is developed throughout your academic studies but mainly in the first years of your university experience. Every university has its own requirements, Continue Reading