Brexit: What does it mean for EU students studying at UK universities?
As the 2017 academic year starts, around 50,000 EU students will travel to the UK to start their undergraduate degree. If you’re starting your studies in 2018, should you join them - or does Brexit [...]
Ten unusual university courses that you probably didn’t know existed
Have you ever spoken to someone who has a job you’ve never heard of - and wondered how they got there? The chances are they took a non-standard route. Trying to find your way around [...]
Internationalism in universities – what is it and does it matter?
A recent ranking of the world’s newest universities found that the youngest are outperforming their older rivals when it comes to internationalism. Universities continually push their international credentials - so what does ‘internationalism’ really mean, [...]
Perfecting your postgraduate application
We’re presenting at Studyworld 2017 in Berlin this weekend. The programme is diverse and jam-packed: talks include discovering your leadership potential; options in the creative industries; tips for internships; and country-specific advice from Australia to [...]
Country profile: Study in Canada
Montreal has just been revealed as the world’s best student city in the 2017 QS awards. So it seems a great time to look at why higher education in Canada is ranked so highly. Overview [...]
The study skill our teenagers really need? Mindfulness.
Young people are more anxious and unhappy than previous generations. As exams get nearer, students are displaying physical and emotional signs that they are more and more stressed and depressed. Numerous scientific studies show that [...]