Brexit: What does it mean for EU students studying at UK universities?

By | September 19th, 2017|Blog|

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 mean you should look elsewhere? The good news is that EU students who start studying in the UK in 2018/19 [...]

Ten unusual university courses that you probably didn’t know existed

By | September 12th, 2017|Blog|

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 the thousands of university courses can be daunting, so here’s our pick of some of the most weird and wonderful [...]

Internationalism in universities – what is it and does it matter?

By | June 26th, 2017|Blog|

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, and does it matter? Internationalism is an experience, rather than a list of statistics. It comes from all areas of [...]

Perfecting your postgraduate application

By | May 11th, 2017|Blog|

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 Japan. My Next Step’s presentation is ‘Applying to Graduate School’ - we will be including some of the advice that [...]