Study Nanotechnology in the UK

What is Nanotechnology? The technical definition of Nanotechnology is the manipulation of atoms and molecules to produce a more significant product. The manipulation of atoms is done at a scale of 1 to 100 nanometers. But is it Physics, Chemistry, or Biology? It is actually an amalgamation of all three. In layman’s term, nanotechnology is…

Top tips for architecture portfolio for graduate school

When applying to study a Masters in Architecture, students are required to submit a portfolio of work which showcases their creative, technical and professional ability. What to include in a portfolio Your portfolio should consist of no more than 30 high quality images, with some sketch work to show how your ideas have developed. Make…

Four of the best Art Schools in the UK

The UK is one of the most popular destinations in the world to study art, boasting a number of famous universities and art schools which provide unparalleled learning opportunities. Here are four of the best. Best Art Schools in the UK Arts University Bournemouth Arts University Bournemouth is one of the most successful creative specialist…

Four reasons to study an MBA in the UK

In 2014, over 600,000 people sat the GMAT exam, and the popularity of the MBA shows no sign of abating. It is one of the most popular courses in the world, and continues to evolve according to the need of an ever changing business landscape. As recently as ten years ago, most MBA graduates would have been…

How to improve your IELTS vocabulary score

Having a firm grasp of English vocabulary is one of the key elements needed to succeed on the IELTS exam. Vocabulary makes up 25% of your score in the writing and speaking parts of the IELTS exam, while also playing an important part of the listening and talking elements. In the build up to your test…

Top graduate IT jobs for 2017

A study recently carried out by Careercast looked at the best jobs of 2016, and IT professionals dominated the findings. The study looked at emotional factors consisting of competitiveness, degree of hazard faced, degree of public contact, and degree of peril faced by others working alongside, while physical factors focused on physical demands, work conditions,…

Top 5 UK degrees to get a job

Many students choose a subject based on their interests, but not all interests translate into gaining employment once studies are completed. There are over 37,000 courses in the UK, all teaching students a unique set of skills to help you find work, but some lead to guaranteed employment more than others. Medicine & Dentistry With…

Top 5 UK Universities for Research in Psychology

Psychology, the study of behavior and the human mind, is a popular choice of study amongst international students. Over 100,000 students were enrolled in programmes related to psychology in 2014 and the subject offers practical knowledge which can be utilized in many different careers, including business, marketing, human resources and research psychologist. What is a…

The Future of Higher Education Abroad

Despite a tremendous increase in the amount of Indian students choosing to study abroad, the education gross enrollment (GER) is still 23.3%, 20% behind the global average of 43%. 26 million Indian students are currently enrolled in tertiary education and by 2020 there will 40 million Indian students enrolled, meaning for the surplus 14 million…

Five benefits of working while studying in the UK

Most international countries offer 20 hours of part-time work to ensure students are able to support themselves during their studies. Working while studying is not easy and that is why not many students prefer to do it. But working while studying offers many benefits to students both financially and otherwise. Five advantages of working while…