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Library Juice Academy classification course: a report by Anna Hughes

I recently received a bursary from CILIP’s Cataloguing & Indexing Group to complete a four week Dewey decimal classification course run by Library Juice. I saw this opportunity advertised on the… 369 more words

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Applying for Conference Bursaries: What to Do and What Not to Do

Recently, I applied for a bursary for the CONUL Conference 2018. Spoiler alert: I was not successful. Now, this is something that perhaps I should not be announcing to everyone, but I thought I would share what I’ve learned so that anyone else applying for student bursaries could get some advice.  770 more words

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WI Bursary 2018

Last time the bursary came round I put my name in the hat and was lucky enough to be a winner I was the last name out of the hat so the amount of money I received wasn’t huge but it was enough to push me into making the plunge to sign up for a sewing course. 453 more words

Then Again

Then Again devised by Tremolo Theatre – The LAB, Theatre Royal Plymouth

Then Again is a fast paced and funny time travel adventure. Focusing on socially awkward PHD student Millie, we see her develop from being unable to speak to anyone, into a YouTube celebrity. 171 more words

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Sunked

Sunked by Chris White – The LAB, Theatre Royal Plymouth

As part of this Easter’s LAB season, writer and performer Chris White brought Sunked to Theatre Royal. 274 more words

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The Story So Far...

Since before I started my undergraduate degree, I have wanted to become an Educational Psychologist. I completed my undergraduate degree in Psychology (with a year in industry and a heck of life experience!) and began working in relevant jobs. 172 more words

Saved by the Bursary

Keshia Jansen

Studying at a university is a dream for many young people, but in most cases it remains just that – a dream. Tuition fees for the first year at a South African university comes in at just under R30 000, way more if you consider textbooks, stationary, and traveling costs. 856 more words

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