When you’re applying to university, it can be hard to know what university admissions officers are looking for in a candidate...
You’ve worked hard all year and waited months for your results to be released. How to cope if they are not what you hoped for?
A report from McKinsey Global Institute (Feb 21) suggests that the Covid 19 pandemic will have a large and lasting impact on work and the workforce.
Canada is recognised globally for its higher education qualifications which is one reason why over 600,000 international students head there each year.
Sweden is increasingly becoming a higher education destination for many international students who are drawn by "Lagom"
The Netherlands is a popular destination for international students with high quality universities. Find out more.
Many courses require an admissions test as part of the application process. Here we explore this topic.
So you’ve taken the decision to make an Oxbridge application. Here’s a brief guide to help you think through how to make that choice.
Some tips to help those looking to study abroad. Topics covered include researching providers, finance and alternative options.
How you can boost your sense of wellbeing if you are feeling stressed by things that are out of your control
Apprenticeships in different types of businesses are available across England, Wales and Scotland.
Not sure about staying at school for sixth form? Here are some common reasons why students look at alternatives
Visiting the universities that interest you is the best way to find out about the courses on offer and to view the facilities provided.
Attitudes to studying abroad have changed in recent years as more UK students consider this option as part of their undergraduate study.
You've spent hours perfecting your CV and updating your LinkedIn profile so that when you see a job advert, you can apply in seconds at the click of a button.
Taking a year out between leaving school or college and starting university can be a really beneficial experience providing the time is used constructively.
Anyone who is planning on returning to work after a period at home with their children knows that the step back into the workplace can be a daunting one.
Ask a young child what they want to be when they grow up and they will most likely come up with an eclectic mix of careers, from the sublime to the ridiculous.
Interviews can be a nerve-racking experience. In a short space of time, you need to make a good impression and sell yourself to a potential future employer.