Are international students just your average immigrant?

The debate about international students keeps going on here in the UK. Are they immigrants, and hence bad for the economy, or can we actually benefit from them? 392 more words


Reading week in London

This past week was reading week for me, which is the Queen Mary University version of spring break. No class for a week, which, as evident by the title, is supposed to be used for catching up or getting ahead with your reading for classes. 732 more words

Wanderlust Seeps Into the Mind

Being a sophomore in high school means two more years till college. Meaning it’s time to start searching of colleges. Most U.S. high school students usually think about studying away from their parents. 488 more words


5 Questions For International Students Looking to Work in the UK

International students were in the spotlight recently with the final publication of a report on how changes to the government policy on post – study work have had a significant impact on students, UK higher education and businesses, with implications for the economy as a whole. 450 more words


The Truth About Irish Winter

To my friends and family frozen currently frozen in, I’m sorry. I miss you, but I don’t miss snow.

Before I moved here, people were very concerned over what the weather would be like in the winter. 289 more words

Everyday Life

How Studying Abroad Can Improve Your CV

From gaining independence, to experiencing a new culture, we know that studying abroad has many, many advantages. Today, we’re going to discuss how studying abroad will greatly improve your employment options, and how to make your Resume/CV look good with this experience.  975 more words

Study Abroad

Big Careers Day: Come to our Summer Work Experience Fair Tuesday 10th March

GCU Careers Service is hosting a Summer Work Experience Fair as part of our Big Careers Day. Come along and speak to employers and organisations who have both paid and volunteering opportunities for you this summer. 75 more words