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Five Simple Ways to Save Energy

Five Simple Ways to Save Energy

One of the biggest expenses of student living is unfortunately not the good stuff; food, fun and frolicking are occasional and erratic pocket drainers, whereas utility bills are inevitable, regular, and easy to lose sight of. As a result many students lose control of the cost of utilities, and it’s easy to forget how much it costs to run a house, particularly if you’ve never done it before.



How to get Cycling at Uni

How to get Cycling at Uni

Want to get fit and travel cheaply whilst on a student budget? Cycling could be the answer for you. Many students are realising the huge benefits of cycling at uni. Here is our guide on how to begin.



Four Tips for Preparing to Head Back to Uni after Summer

Four Tips for Preparing to Head Back to Uni after Summer

A busy week of fresher’s nights, getting used to heavy drinking again and destroying your body clock, it’s difficult to get back into work-mode once university starts up again. Here are a few tips to make the transition from summer to university life a little easier.



Five Signs you are Ready to Return to Uni After Summer

Five Signs you are Ready to Return to Uni After Summer

Having an abnormally long summer as a student is supposed to be one of the highlights of university life and not something to take for granted. While it’s greatly appreciated during the first few weeks, you won’t be the only one having withdrawal symptoms after too long away from university life.



Five Things to do Before Going Back to Uni

Five Things to do Before Going Back to Uni

Summer is quickly winding down, and before you know it, you’ll be packing up your bags and going back to uni. Before you leave home, make time to do these five things.



Ten Things You’ll Miss About Being a Student

Ten Things You'll Miss About Being a Student

As graduation date approaches, the thought of having no secure job, a lack of constant events to go to, and having to start paying full price for everything can be pretty scary. Although there are ups and downs during student life, there are definitely things that you’ll be missing after that dreaded ceremony.



Five Things to Look out for at Graduation

Five Things to Look out for at Graduation

Graduation is a celebratory time, you’ve done it – 3 years of leftover pizza breakfasts, regrettable hangovers and occasional studying have finally paid off. The graduation ceremony is the official recognition of your achievements, and you should enjoy it. Like all ceremonies though, particularly ones that involve comical headgear, graduation is not without its quirks.



Five Ways to Work Abroad this Summer

Five Ways to Work Abroad this Summer

If you want to travel this year but are keen to get more out of your holiday than just a tan and some relaxation, you might want to look into working abroad. There is no better way of experiencing a new culture and gaining great work experience than taking your skills overseas.



Five Things to do After Graduating

Five Things to do After Graduating

While graduation is a time of happiness, celebration and overpriced videos of you walking across a stage, the inevitability of a ceremony honouring an achievement is that reality has to follow. After the mortarboards have settled, the question is inevitable: what do I do next? You may already know the answer to this question, you may not – but whatever the answer, there are still a few things you can do after graduating.



Ten Ways to Use Social Media to Find a Job

Ten Ways to Use Social Media to Find a Job

You have finished uni, let the job hunt commence! The job market today is very competitive and there are a number of ways you can give yourself that important edge to secure that ideal graduate dream job. Here are 10 helpful tips that may help in your search.