The words 'Graduate Scheme' are used far too often these days, without any explanation. Over the past 18 months, I have been enrolled on one and I can now safely tell you what it meant for me and what...

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Exam season is tough for everybody and can be a significant source of increased anxiety. I, like many, suffer from anxiety and I seriously struggle in the lead-up to exams. One of the few benefits of...

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For many, the final year of university is a daunting time where future plans have to be made whilst simultaneously battling a never ending pile of job applications. Sometimes it feels like the world...

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When you apply for a job, you will likely be asked to write a cover letter. This letter is the first chance your potential employer will get to hear from you in your own words, away from the formulaic...

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Trying to be green when you first start university is certainly not easy as you can often feel at a loss. In a chaotic environment where you are constantly pushed out of your comfort zone, having to...

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In the one and a half years I have spent at university, I have been privileged enough to meet a number of people who spend some of their free time volunteering. I have even volunteered myself....

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University is often referred to as one of the most ‘care-free’ times of your adult life. It’s a place where you can party, stay up late, and have fun without worrying about getting up for work the...

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Term has just started and that can mean only three things: seminars, societies and…stress. If your fears are financial, you’re not alone. As familiar as we all are to being student-poor, feeling the...

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With the graduate job market becoming increasingly competitive, students are now having to go the extra mile to bag their dream career. Whether this involves taking on an internship, placement, or...

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Studying abroad is one of the most exciting things universities can offer. It is also one of the most terrifying! As a visually impaired student who knew, even when applying to university, that I...

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