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Studying from home? Here’s how to create the perfect desk setup

To help those currently studying from home, Sarah Hall, Study Skills Coordinator at The University of Law, offers five tips for students to create a productive and effective home study space, as well as...

Six tips to deal with loneliness and boredom whilst studying at home

The current pandemic has presented a unique set of challenges to university students across the country. Social distancing measures, self-isolation and working from home can all easily lead to feelings of boredom and loneliness,...

Studying Physics at University

Physicists believe that “Physics is at the heart of everything”. We use the basic ideas – matter, force, energy, and so on – to explain almost every aspect of our world from the smallest...

Postgraduate computing courses

Student numbers have seen a massive expansion over the last ten years, most significantly in those undertaking postgraduate taught courses and research in computing. There are various types of postgraduate degrees and diplomas in computing....

MBA and engineering

A postgraduate qualification is becoming more important for engineers in the future. The Engineering Council and the various Professional Bodies now require that to attain Chartered status (CEng), the graduate engineer must have studied...

Studying Postgraduate Engineering

For Masters degrees in general, UK universities have a worldwide reputation for providing both choice and high quality. However, a Masters degree is a big investment for your future career, both financially and with...

Forensic science: The science of crime

It is true that the largest employers of forensic scientists in this country are police and agencies whose major workload is carrying out investigations of criminal activity. However, forensic science is also a science...

Postgraduate mechanical engineering

The number of engineering graduates taking a second degree has been growing in recent years. Many do so because they want to improve their employment prospects. For others, it is a foundation for further...

Why study civil engineering?

Our society would not work without civil engineering. Infrastructure supports our daily life – roads and harbours, railways and airports, hospitals, sports stadiums and schools, access to drinking water and shelter from the weather....

Why study maths?

These days, mathematics is such a vast subject that the traditional divisions into Pure Mathematics, Applied Mathematics and Statistics are becoming less clearly defined. In particular, the traditional close association between Applied Mathematics and...
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