Archive for July, 2017

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5 ways to improve your CV while you are still at uni

Planning for your future is important. Graduate employment opportunities are extremely competitive. More and more graduates are competing for the same jobs and schemes and even if you manage to secure a top degree from a leading university this may still not be enough to secure your perfect job. However, there are still a number of things that you can do while you are at university to increase your prospects of success. 1. Digital & IT skills You may have heard that there is a shortage of di ... Planning for your future is important. Graduate employment opportunities are extremely competitive. More and more graduates are competing for the...
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5 ideas how to plan your resit

No one likes the idea of resitting either coursework or an exam, however planning your resit and passing second time around is a lot better than failing twice. This is a short article which outlines some of the best ways to prepare yourself for a resit so that you’re fully prepared and stress free in the run up to your resit. 1. Talk to your tutor The person who is going to know exactly why you failed the first time around is the person who set the paper. It might be the case that you’ve nev ... No one likes the idea of resitting either coursework or an exam, however planning your resit and passing second time...
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10 perks of being a Master’s student

Being a Master’s student is tough but it’s not all bad! There are certain pluses about taking on a Master’s degree; here are a few of the most common. 1. You’re experienced By now you know the tricks of the trade and you don’t feel phased by University work. You know that if you pay the deadlines the respect they are due then you will do just fine and understand that leaving work to the last minute is not a good idea. 2. Tutor time Because the class sizes are smaller you have a lot mor ... Being a Master’s student is tough but it’s not all bad! There are certain pluses about taking on a Master’s...
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Writing a Master’s dissertation vs an Undergrad dissertation: the 5 key differences

A dissertation at any level is designed to test even the most essay hardened students. If you have done your undergraduate degree you will remember how tough the final project was. For some it might even put them off from taking the step up to do a Master’s degree. This article goes over the 5 key differences in the dreaded dissertation at Undergraduate level and Master’s level. 1. Word count First up is the most obvious, the word count for Master’s dissertations tend to be a sizeable incr ... A dissertation at any level is designed to test even the most essay hardened students. If you have done your...