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7 Proven Pieces of Entrepreneurship Advice for Students

7 Proven Pieces of Entrepreneurship Advice for Students

| October 26, 2017

7 Proven Pieces of Entrepreneurship Advice For Students and Interns  Right now there are millions of college students sitting in a college class or a dorm room. They are not even realizing that the cost of the school they are at is going to eat away at their budget for years to come.  As the student […]

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Stress Management Tips for College Students

Stress Management Tips for College Students

| June 30, 2017

Stress Management Tips for College Students Being a student can be a very an exciting time – with loads of new friends, clubs, courses and experiences with the new semester, there’s a lot to look forward to and enjoy; however, there can also be a lot of pressures with juggling part-time jobs, assignments and exams and […]

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Will Doing a Master’s Get Me a better job?

Will Doing a Master’s Get Me a better job?

| April 21, 2015

Many students wrestle with the decision whether to take up Postgraduate study at the end of their Undergraduate degree. For some students this is to put off the thought of getting a ‘real-job’ for another year (which is a bad reason to do a Master’s!), but for others it is seen as a route to further […]

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7 Top Tips for International Students

7 Top Tips for International Students

| June 14, 2014

  If you’re an International Student, then you know that studying abroad isn’t one big holiday. It can be daunting to move away from your friends and family, and sometimes your language! It can be a culture shock moving to another place, but at the same time an amazing experience.   Here are 7 essential […]

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5 Things All Students Worry About

5 Things All Students Worry About

| May 28, 2014

Let’s face it – being a student can be stressful at times. We know that you might be having the time of your life meeting new people and learning new things, but there are some fundamental concerns that most students face at some time during their university careers. Here are our top 5 concerns that […]

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7 Ways to Improve Your Grades

7 Ways to Improve Your Grades

| May 13, 2014

Congratulations – you’ve just stumbled upon the advice that could make all the difference to your grades this term; and as we all know, when it comes to University Degrees, points mean prizes. Lots of students lose marks for making simple mistakes – follow these tips and make sure you attain the highest possible degree. […]

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7 Amazing Things You Can Buy With £50

7 Amazing Things You Can Buy With £50

| April 30, 2014

Let’s face it, £50 is a lot of money– but it can still be quite easy to spend £50 without really thinking about it.

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Make Your Free Time More Productive

Make Your Free Time More Productive

| April 8, 2014

Students’ definitely have a reputation for wasting time – sleeping in until 1 in the afternoon or spending hours watching endless episodes of Friends. There seems to be the belief that when you’re studying for a degree, there’s a lot of time spent ‘not studying’. Certainly there is quite an abundance of free time when […]

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7 Lies All Students Tell Themselves – Yes, Even YOU!

7 Lies All Students Tell Themselves – Yes, Even YOU!

| March 18, 2014

It doesn’t matter if you’re a first year Fresher or a Post-graduate veteran, there are some universal ‘truths’ to being a student that we are all guilty of committing.

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Top 10 ways for Students to Save Cash

Top 10 ways for Students to Save Cash

| January 28, 2014

Being a student is hard – we get it – you’ve got a limited income and with study costs, rent & bills, and “socialising”, it can be quite tricky to hold onto your money.

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Essential Life-hacks for International students

Essential Life-hacks for International students

| January 21, 2014

Life can be hard as an international student – with lectures to go to, bills to pay, and parents to speak to – it’s hard to stay on top of your studies. But students are resourceful, and they find ways to get the most out of whatever is around them – here are a few […]

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What are the Best ways for international students to find jobs?

What are the Best ways for international students to find jobs?

| December 23, 2013

    The cost of living as a student can be quite expensive – with the costs of accommodation, food, study, and socialising – most students struggle to get by. To help alleviate the burden of tight financial burdens, a lot of students get part or full time jobs. While finding a job can be […]

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5 things you can do at University to improve your CV

5 things you can do at University to improve your CV

| October 23, 2013

  Aside from all the parties and socialising that you might get out of university, there will also be plenty of opportunities to get involved in activities outside of lectures and – god forbid – the pub!

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5 Things they don’t tell you about being an International Student in the UK

5 Things they don’t tell you about being an International Student in the UK

| October 14, 2013

  Starting University can be a pretty daunting challenge for anybody – with most students leaving home to move to a new city and to meet new people – there can be a lot of surprises along the way.

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How to Apply for a Graduate Scheme

How to Apply for a Graduate Scheme

| September 20, 2013

How to Apply for a Graduate Scheme So that’s it – you’ve done it, you’ve graduated; three years of hard work have come to an end and you’ve finished university with a stellar degree and a shedload of memories, but what happens next?

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7 Steps to Completing Your Dissertation Properly

7 Steps to Completing Your Dissertation Properly

| August 29, 2013

Hey Intelligent Student, You’ve spent the summer writing your dissertation, and you’re almost done right? Wait a minute. There are a few things you should do before you submit that oh-so-wonderful-goddamn-document. Like praying furiously, fasting, donating to charity and WritePass. But before you do any of those… do these first:

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Why I Started WritePass

Why I Started WritePass

| July 1, 2013 | 2 Comments

Hi, I bet some of our clients and visitors do wonder who we are, and why we do what we do… especially since a number of parties clearly believe it is unethical and some may categorise it as cheating.

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How Summer can affect your Dissertation Writing

How Summer can affect your Dissertation Writing

| June 7, 2013

Good news! Summer is here and for most students, this means beers, BBQ’s and Summer holidays! However, for some Students this is only the beginning; instead of celebrating the end of exams and essays, these poor souls will be at the start of a long 3-month journey of writing their dissertation. Dissertations can be daunting […]

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How to Structure a PhD Thesis

How to Structure a PhD Thesis

| June 4, 2013

A PhD dissertation is a significant piece of independent writing, which demonstrates the PhD candidate’s capability to conduct substantial and ground-breaking research.[1] The PhD dissertation must address gaps in current research or contribute to the body of knowledge. Your work must somehow make a difference in your field.

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PhD Research Proposal Samples

PhD Research Proposal Samples

| June 2, 2013

A PhD research proposal is a statement of potential research that a student proposes to study during his/her PhD course. Since the duration of the PhD is at least three years, the research problem or area of research should be big enough to be studied throughout this period.[1]

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