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Cooking is one of the challenges students dread the most when coming to University. Images of baked beans and toasties trouble any parents concerned for their children’s health. There are so many great meals, however, that are a lot easier and quicker to cook than students pre
A cursory glance across various university websites indicates that a university student can spend, on average, upwards of £200 a month on food, meaning that some may even be spending significantly more than that. It’s banal to say, but food costs
For most undergraduate degrees, the dissertation is the final boss, standing menacingly between you and completion - a final roadblock before you can move on to the next game/questionable life decision. Much like the final boss of any video game, while a dissertation may look
It’s a good idea to keep in mind a few key pointers when cycling. Knowing a few basic rules of the road will really help your cycling experience. Not only will
With over three months off for the summer holidays, there’s no wonder why students spend so much of their time on city breaks. Here are some top student cities, a mixture of the usual suspect and some slightly more ‘off the student track’ locations.
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2015 was an amazing year for films, with massive blockbusters like The Force Awakens, Mad Max: Fury Road, and The Martian storming the box office and winning no shortage of critical praise. But with so many great movies, it was easy for smaller releases to slip under the radar
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Prime Minister David Cameron has recently announced a referendum on whether Britain should remain a member of the European Union, set to take place on Thursday 23rd June 2016. All British, Irish and Commonwealth citizens over 18 are able to strike a vote on the issue. In gener
There are countless benefits to cycling. The main ones are (as you probably know) the cost, the good effects on health, and the convenience of getting from A to B in a relatively short space of time, if not as quickly as a car.
Getting everything in place so that your time in the UK runs smoothly isn’t the easiest thing in the world – but don’t worry, we’re here to help. Read below for a list of things you should consider doing once you’ve arrived in the UK.