Originally published on 26 January in The QH
Students are struggling to keep up with the rising costs of basic accommodation, according to new data uncovered by the Liberal Democrats. 413 more words
Some years ago, I stopped buying the Times Higher Education, then somewhat cryptically called the THES. I think it was the endless fawning articles on spousal appointments at US universities that convinced me this publication was not for me. 95 more words
There’s only one thing on your mind in February if you’re a UK chemical engineering student. Nope, not Pancake Day, not Valentine’s, not even your exams or Final Design Project (okay maybe that’s on your mind a little). 1,088 more words
This is a reblog with some great insights for international students considering studying the UK.
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In the United Kingdom (UK), there is a sustainable environment in which the success rate for an international student is always high when compared to other European countries such as Germany, France and Italy.
Writer Matt Exell talks about why it is good to be aware of the education system you are moving to.
So, coming to a new place is always a difficult experience. 535 more words