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Politics and Religion

| March 18, 2015

In order to address this issue, it is first necessary to define the two colossi of politics and religion. The first term is used here to mean the science of governing a nation, and the second is defined as the belief in a supernatural power that informs an institutionalised code of behaviour. These two subjects […]

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GUIDE – How to Write a Dissertation (Outline)

GUIDE – How to Write a Dissertation (Outline)

| March 11, 2015

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Trade Mark Law to the Fashion Industry

Trade Mark Law to the Fashion Industry

| March 5, 2015

Introduction Alligator and Crocodile . A crocodile which faces left and a crocodile which faces right . “Criminal” and “Criminal Damage” . Two bounding felines . “Amaze Collection” and “Ama Zing” . “The Gunners” and “Arsenal Gunners” . By such finely nuanced words and concepts the battleground of Trade Marks in the fashion industry is […]

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American Neo-Imperialism: the Export of Culture and Democracy

| March 4, 2015

Abstract This dissertation explores neo-imperialism and its manifestations in US foreign policy. It focuses on the export of democracy and American culture as two of the core mechanisms for the sustainment of US influence in the developing world. It aims to define the ways in which the export of American-style democracy and culture has become […]

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Dilemmas All Students Face

Dilemmas All Students Face

| March 4, 2015

It’s no secret that every day can be a struggle when you’re a student. So many choices and decisions: what should I do, party or study? Call my friends or my parents? Or should I break up with my boyfriend or girlfriend! So many courses of action; who knows which is the right path to go down? Thankfully due to our […]

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Managing Your Time – The Essential Guide

Managing Your Time – The Essential Guide

| February 14, 2015

Successful students know that University isn’t just about knowing how to write an essay or pass an exam – but balancing your academic work life – lectures and seminars, presentations and research, coursework and revision – with part-time jobs, your fitness, friends and family (oh and occasionally some fun). So how do these top students stay […]

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Get the Most Out of Your Money at Uni

Get the Most Out of Your Money at Uni

| February 3, 2015

Everyone knows that being a student can be tough on your wallet. With course fees, rent, bills, food, textbooks, drinks, travel – the list of expenses goes on and on. Many of you will also be slaving over bars or tables working part-time jobs to help fund your studies, but that isn’t always enough. Fortunately […]

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How to Beat the January Blues

How to Beat the January Blues

| January 20, 2015

Let’s be honest, January is a gloomy old month. Christmas and new year frivolity are in the distant past, and everyone’s broke because we’re still paying for them. The days are short and grey, it’s cold and gloomy and spring seems an age away. But it’s not all doom and gloom! Today we look at what you […]

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discussion on the available technology in operations management

discussion on the available technology in operations management

| January 4, 2015

Introduction Given the globalisation of markets, increasingly complex operational landscape as well as the multiple dimensions of operational processes between partners, suppliers and stakeholders – recent advances in technology over the past few decades has elicited rapid responses from organisations across operational and transformational processes.

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5 Revision Tips For International and ESL Students

5 Revision Tips For International and ESL Students

| January 4, 2015

Revision for exams is a daunting and unwelcome task for any student; however if you are an International or ESL student studying in a foreign county, revision might be even more challenging than normal. Fortunately WritePass recognises this difficulty and have helped thousands of ESL or international students to revise effectively and to pass their […]

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7 THINGS YOU ONLY LEARN FROM MOVING TO THE UK TO STUDY

7 THINGS YOU ONLY LEARN FROM MOVING TO THE UK TO STUDY

| December 3, 2014

It goes without saying that leaving your home to study in a foreign country can be scary stuff – especially if you don’t speak the language. Yet all over the world, hundreds of thousands of students move to different countries for their education, and don’t look back! So what is it about moving to another […]

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Applying for a UK Graduate scheme – what you need to know

Applying for a UK Graduate scheme – what you need to know

| November 12, 2014

Finding a good graduate job can be hard at the best of times – with so many people graduating from university, competition for places is greater than ever before. But if you’re an international student, then this can be an even greater challenge. But this doesn’t have to be an impossible task – today we look at […]

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Social Life Tips for International Students

Social Life Tips for International Students

| October 14, 2014

One of the biggest challenges faced by international students and ESL Students, is the obstacle of creating a social life in an unfamiliar place. For many international students, who have travelled from various countries to come to university to study, the thought of making friends can be daunting. However, reaching out and meeting new people […]

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7 Things Successful Students Do Consistently

7 Things Successful Students Do Consistently

| October 1, 2014

There’s no denying it – there are certain things that successful students do which other students just don’t. That’s not to say if you don’t do them you’re a bad student, but there are a few strategies that you can take on board to enhance your studies.  Today we look at the common techniques that […]

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Don’t Lose Marks by leaving it to the Last Minute

Don’t Lose Marks by leaving it to the Last Minute

| September 17, 2014

We all know the familiar feeling – your essay or exam deadlines are looming closer and you’ve barely even made a start on revision or writing. You keep putting off the work, procrastinating is your best friend as you find any excuse not to work, until you can’t possibly ignore that looming date any longer. […]

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10 Things you’ll Only Learn from Going to University

10 Things you’ll Only Learn from Going to University

| September 3, 2014

It’s no secret that university is a very special environment, in which you often move to a new city, meet new people, and make loads of new discoveries. By the time you graduate you’ll have gone through an education that has nothing to do with textbooks, lab coats or essays, and everything to do with coping […]

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APPLYING FOR GRAD SCHEMES – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

APPLYING FOR GRAD SCHEMES – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

| August 20, 2014

It’s that time of year when thousands of new graduates will leave university and enter the highly competitive world of job applications and graduate schemes. Many top companies offer specially tailored graduate schemes for talented young graduates, offering the chance to receive top training and learn from the best in the business. However, due to […]

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5 Ways To Make Money This Summer

5 Ways To Make Money This Summer

| August 6, 2014

It never hurts to have some spare cash – especially if you are a student. With the cost of eating, drinking, studying and general ‘living’ alongside your expensive course fees, finances can sometimes be tough for students. For many, the summer is a great opportunity to use their spare time to earn some extra cash.

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5 Student Hurdles and How To Overcome Them

5 Student Hurdles and How To Overcome Them

| July 22, 2014

It’s not always fun and games being a student – with pressures of time, money and work weighing down on you it can be stressful. There are a few major concerns that most students face at some time during their university careers. Here are 5 common concerns, and what you can do to alleviate them.

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What Does a 1st Class Dissertation Look Like?

What Does a 1st Class Dissertation Look Like?

| July 9, 2014

For under- and post-graduate students alike, just the word “Dissertation” can send shivers down their spines and make the blood run cold in their veins. After all, dissertations are long, require extensive research and writing skills, and – worst of all – tend to carry up to 60% of your final grade. As well as […]

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