How to manage your money as a student with some tips and advice for anyone who is budgeting and studying at the same time.
You’ve worked hard all year and waited months for your a-level or graduation results but they're not what you hoped for. Here's what to do...
Thanks to improved technology, distance learning has grown in popularity in recent years, giving more people the opportunity to further their prospects.
A beginners guide on how to navigate and get the most out of LinkedIn, the professional networking platform.
Everyone experiences stress at some point in their life and it's important to learn some coping strategies to deal with it when that does happen.
In this blog we explore all of the options that are available to help you finance your studies in the United Kingdom.
When you’re applying to university, it can be hard to know what university admissions officers are looking for in a candidate...
Are you pondering postgraduate study? In recent years, more graduates have decided to take their learning further, here's how to decide if it's right for you.
If you’ve concluded that university is right for you and you know what subject you want to study, how do you decide where to go?
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.
With exams fast-approaching for GCSEs and SATs, we've gathered 7 top tips for exam revision to improve focus, productivity and confidence.
Around age 18, you’ll have some important choices to make about your next steps. We've weighed up 5 routes to consider from studying to employment.
MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Courses. They're accessible to many and offer an independent study pathway. Let's dig deeper...
There are several different things to consider when choosing your options at 16, we'll discuss what your options are and how to navigate them.
Meeting Gatsby Benchmark 1 - let's look at how to plan, resource and deliver a stable careers programme. Tips for schools and colleges.
Visiting the universities that interest you is the best way to find out about the courses on offer and to view the facilities provided.
Taking a year out between leaving school or college and starting university can be a really beneficial experience providing the time is used constructively.
Explore how to get into Music Therapy, expectations, qualifications, roles and the rewarding aspects of this career.
We've outlined some of the ways to ensure your job search is successful and produces results suited to your skills and qualifications!