Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Plagiarism explained

Research is an important part of writing an essay, but there’s a thin line between using somebody’s ideas and ripping them off. Read on...

Why Postgrad Study in the USA

There are many benefits to studying in the US, but don't just take our word for it! Each summer we survey UK students before...

Top tips for postgraduate studies overseas

Quite simply, the range of courses and institutions is too vast. Indeed, those prospective postgraduates who have already looked into overseas study will know...

Why do postgraduate study?

Whatever you choose to study, you will need to enjoy and be interested in the subject to keep yourself motivated, especially for research degrees....

University offers explained

Most universities will get hundreds of applications for each course, and they need time to make up their minds. It can be nerve-wracking waiting...

Glasgow

Glasgow is home to a student population of around 41,000, which means the city centre is a hive of activity. For those who are...

Cambridge

With two universities in the city, students account for about a fifth of Cambridge's population (there are approximately 28,500 students in the city) and...

Applying to university? Here’s how you do it

UCAS stands for the University College and Admissions Service. It is the organisation that looks after people’s applications to higher education. So, they act...

Sheffield

With a Student population of around 50,000, Sheffield is known for its friendliness, it's an easy-going and tolerant place to live, and local people...

How to make UCAS points irrelevant

I feel your pain. I went through this cycle also. Inputting your GCSE grades 10 times a night is nobody’s idea of fun. It...
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