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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…

Why study English in the UK?

There was a time when a career in academics and publishing was considered the only option for students studying English. But with more and more companies shifting to offering content and information on their website, the demand for skilled web writers and editors is on the rise. Proven ability in written and verbal English is…

Best UK Universities for Photography

Professional photographers have the ability capture moments in such a way that elicit certain emotions. Steve McCurry’s best-known image ‘Afghan Girl’, which made the cover of the National Geographic, is a great example of a photo which, despite its simplicity, means different things to different people. There are a variety of specialisations in photography, with different…

UCAS deadlines at UK universities for international students

When applying to study in the UK, it is important to be aware of the relevant UCAS deadlines. The main intake of students each year is during September and October, but smaller intakes also take place in January and March. Undergraduate students Undergraduate students need to apply through UCAS for admission to a UK university. The University and…

Where to study Big Data Analytics in the UK

What is Big Data Analytics? Big data analytics examines large data dumps to find hidden information, trending markets and previously unknown patterns and links. The results of the data mine can result in better and more efficient marketing, improved customer service and other business benefits which were previously unknown. What do big data analysts do?…

Mistakes that all freshers make

Your first year at university will see you take in a lot of new experiences, some exciting and some awkward. Making the transition is hard, but some common mistakes can be avoided. Freshers week events Many graduates remember freshers week as one of the most exciting times of their lives. You will be swamped by…

Why Study Economics in the UK

Imagine a family of four visiting a department store to pick up food, necessities, and luxuries for the next month, each with distinct preference. The father’s only concern is that the mother doesn’t exceed the weekly budget. The mother, who can choose from infinite combinations, keeps everyone’s preference in mind to pick the best combination.…

Should I study a PhD?

A Doctor of Philosophy is the highest degree awarded at a UK university. Study is based around a substantial research project – often reaching up to 100,000 words – written as a thesis which then must be defended in an oral examination. Very few research degrees feature taught modules, and as such the student will…