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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...

Getting the most out of your University and colleges lectures

Lectures are where you'll be introduced to the main topics on your course. For many degree courses, this involves up to three hours of teaching per module, per week, split across one or two...

Top 5 tips to prepare for your 2019 clearing phone calls

2018 was a record year in terms of the number of students finding a university place via Clearing so you are certainly not alone. University staff are experienced in supporting students who are recruited...

Teacher Training – School-Centred Initial Teacher Training

School-centred initial teacher training (SCITT) programmes are run by schools or groups of schools. Many schools work in close partnerships with universities, enabling trainee teachers to gain a PGCE alongside working towards Qualified Teacher...

Top tips for postgraduate studies overseas

Quite simply, the range of courses and institutions is too vast. Indeed, those prospective postgraduates who have already looked into overseas study will know this, and might be struggling to find their next step. Money...

7 tools and apps you should download to make it through exam season

Fortunately, there is a way to make the revision season a bit less stressful, all from the palm of your hand! The below list of apps is guaranteed to give you a leg up...

Teacher Training – Applying for School Direct

The School Direct model is a school-led teacher training route, where participating schools recruit and select their own trainees with the expectation that they will then go on to work within the school or...

Plagiarism explained

Research is an important part of writing an essay, but there’s a thin line between using somebody’s ideas and ripping them off. Read on to make sure you’re always on the right side. What is...

Keeping calm ahead of results day — top student stress relievers

But, the best thing to do is to stay calm and enjoy your well-deserved break! Experts from Northumbria University’s UCAS Clearing team In Newcastle, give us their top tips: Meditation An often underestimated and forgotten technique...

Erasmus: What will happen to the Erasmus scheme after Brexit

The Erasmus scheme is an EU programme that helps students study in other countries. Currently 53% of UK university students who do learn abroad, do so through the scheme. In 2016-17, 16,561 UK students participated in...
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