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PwC Degree Apprenticeship with University of Birmingham: Our Questions Answered

Some of you may have heard that PwC, one of the world’s biggest professional services firms, is offering a new Technology degree apprenticeship in partnership with the University of Birmingham. 614 more words

A Level

Let's go to UNIVERSITY!

I believe most people that read my blogs have already been to university or have chosen not to, however, this is for anyone that hasn’t been to university, anyone whose interested in my journey and myself – so I can look back when motivation runs low. 558 more words


ADM is right for you!

Our ADM department offers one associate degree and five certificate options that are all geared toward training prospective students to become employable in the graphic design and printing industries. 12 more words


95% Of My College Courses Were USELESS. How About You?

Recently, I received my final transcript (I’m now out of college with a full time job), and looking at all the classes I passed made me realize just. 559 more words

Starting University

It’s now been a week since I started University, and my lectures officially begin tomorrow. Besides the uncomfortable beds and lack of home cooked meals (and the development of my ‘freshers flu’), my experiences on the whole have been mostly positive; I’ve met plenty of lovely people, including many LGBT+ individuals which is great as I didn’t really have any other queer friends at home, plus I love living so close to Brighton. 42 more words


What is a Terminal Degree?

As indicated by Inside Higher Ed, no less than one terminal degree might be in a coma after a choice by Harvard. The organization has declared plans to dispose of its Ed.D. 724 more words

The Great Debate: Is College Worth the Cost?

As the country proceeds what some have called a “jobless recuperation” from subsidence, the increasing expense of school keeps on concerning guardians and understudies. As of late, voices testing the estimation of a school instruction have become louder. 905 more words