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December 10, 2020

Is it Safe to Study Abroad in 2021?

After the challenges the world faced in 2020 as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak, it’s understandable that many students have questions regarding the prospect ….

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December 07, 2020

Expected Changes to UK Admissions Process

The UK’s Education Secretary, Gavin Williamson, has recently announced plans to review the national university admissions system, moving away from using student’s UCAS predicted grades ….

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March 25, 2020

8 Tips for Socialising Whilst Studying at Home

The past few weeks have certainly brought about a lot of change, and for many, this includes having to study from home and remain socially ….

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January 22, 2020

Can Girls Engineer? – Creating Diversity in the Engineering Industry

It’s coming up to four years since Engineering UK released their ‘State of the Nation’ report, which drove attention to the UK’s engineering crisis. In ….

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November 11, 2019

Summer Learning Loss & How to Prevent It

  What is Summer Learning Loss?  Also known as ‘summer setback’ or the ‘summer slide,’ summer learning loss is the term assigned when students return ….

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June 05, 2019

Community first; People at the heart of online learning, by Emily Spicer

2012 was hailed the year of the Massive Open Online Course. These courses, springing up out of the Open University (FutureLearn), Harvard and MIT (edX), ….

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May 17, 2019

Students in the Driving Seat, By Emily Spicer

Use your imagination. If you could do away with fixed syllabuses, lecture halls and timetables, what would a typical day at school or university be ….

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May 15, 2019

Do High Attendance Rates Produce High Grades?

Combined with homework completion and revision, attendance ratings often rank as one of the most important factors when determining a student’s academic success. But is ….

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March 28, 2019

Better together: the power of learning in groups, by Emily Spicer

Imagine a couple of scenarios. Firstly, it’s exam season. The library is full of students huddled together in groups, writing notes, discussing urgently, asking each ….

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