Student life is all about studying. At least thatís the sensible version. In reality, being a student means hard study, but also a darned good party.
That can be pretty expensive though, and if youíre a social animal then having fun with your mates isnít
For students who have made the unfortunate mistake of not packing a lunch from home before heading out the door to lectures, it can be tricky to find affordable yet still delicious food on the go.
Thereís nothing more frustrating than spend
By Elizabeth Whittingham
Ďwe must find the means to recruit the talent that exists within the breadth of the student bodyí
According to a study by the Independent, state school students, women, first generation graduat
We thought we would run through the worst student house fails to date, in celebration of students starting the house search this October.
Donít worry, whatever happens, it canít be as bad as this! All tales sourced from the good old
Itís that time of the year again, and everyone is at it: house hunting. Weíre here to help you along the way.
Youíve organised a million and one viewings, and you canít discern
If youíve just started your second year at university, then youíre probably all moved into your new student house by now.
As opposed to student halls, this time youíve got yourself a brand new bedroom which will probably be much larger and much m
Although the idea of organising a student house when youíve only just moved into student halls may seem a little alarming, for some students, the sooner the house is sorted, the better.
If youíre finding yourself i
When it comes to student halls, most people think of little shoe box sized, damp, cell like rooms where students can touch each wall by spreading their arms.
However, more and more universities are realising the staggering finan
because going out takes a lot of effort
The time has come, youíve moved into your second year of university, and youíre pretty sure that youíre ready for the year ahead. However, whilst you may think youíre a dab hand at the whole un
If youíve aced your CV, got through the interview process and have been accepted into a new graduate role, youíre probably waiting with baited breath for your first day at work to roll around to your doorstep.