VK launches search for student ambassadors!

Ever dreamt of being employed by your favourite drink brand to promote it to your friends? Look no further – VK has just delivered you the world’s best job! VK, the No 1 student ready-to-drink brand as voted for by students for four years running, today unveils a new programme to reward and appeal to their loyal fanbase with the launch of its new ‘Student Ambassadors’ competition. The 2018 ‘VK Student Ambassador’ kicks off with the UK-wide search to find the most passionate VK fans and the chance to be paid by the brand to help spread the VK love…

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Peli x MMU Photography Competition

If you’re a Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) photography student or a 2018 MMU Photography degree graduate looking to kickstart your career in the photography industry – you won’t want to miss this fantastic competition opportunity from Peli UK! Who are Peli UK? If you haven’t heard of Peli UK, they provide of some of the world’s toughest hard camera cases and heavy duty lighting, covering a range of different purposes and industries. Photographers spend lots of time, money and effort building the perfect kit and transporting it from shoot to shoot. The Peli range has a selection of waterproof, dustproof and crush-proof cases,…

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PAID STUDENT ROLE: STUDENT WIRE IS RECRUITING A NEW EDITOR!

  Are you a first year student looking for a placement for your CV? Do you want to make some real money? Do you want to work with one of the best agencies in the North? Well this could well be your perfect opportunity then.   One lucky candidate will be hired to take control of Student Wire and will receive commission on sponsored posts and any advertising secured. Plus if you’re lucky, freebies will come flying your way. Want to stand out from your peers? Student Wire is the perfect way to do so. With editor of one of…

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Access to justice in student appeals: lawyers be gone?

Students should not be dissuaded from exercising their right to seek legal advice for student appeals, says Christopher Coyle.   Against a backdrop of lawyer-bashing, there is a worrying trend by universities of discouraging students from seeking legal advice, particularly in the field of academic appeals. Many universities have enshrined within their Governance Regulations that students cannot have representation by a lawyer for an appeal hearing, although they can have family, friends or other forms of representative as long as they are not legally qualified.   Others have taken a further step by explicitly discouraging students seeking any form of…

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