Why teaching abroad after graduation is the best decision

While exams are still in session and with more lectures on the agenda to be dazzled by, you might find it difficult to think about anything beyond that final year in college. However, there’s one pressing matter so many college students want to tackle, even in the middle of exam frenzy, and that’s taking a profitable, rewarding career path upon getting that degree and throwing the cap in the air. One particular answer has become wildly popular among students from all industries, and that’s moving abroad to teach, and the most common choice for native speakers is English. If you’re…

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5 New Year’s resolutions that actually benefit students

Happy 2019 everybody! You’ve probably been unable to escape the constant buzz surrounding everyone’s New Year’s Resolutions recently. Whether it’s getting fit, eating clean, taking up vegetarianism, or waking up on time, everyone seems to be trying something new in aid of making their lives a little more positive. But the reality is that these new plans often fizzle out before they’ve even begun. According to a survey by BUPA and as shown in the Guardian, 43% of people break their resolutions within the first month of making them.  So with this in mind, is it really worth making New…

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Best cities in Australia for foreign students

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Australia is not only one of the top favourite tourist destinations, but also a country where many foreign students decide to attend universities. Its cities are included among the best university centres in the world with regard to knowledge and living standards. Namely, every third student comes from abroad. Australia attracts almost 300,000 foreign students a year primarily from India, China, Korea, Malaysia, and Vietnam. However, young people from other parts of the world also consider Australia as one of the most desirable study destinations. Below are some of the best cities in Australia for international students to study and live….

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Brexit Britain: what impact will Brexit have on the Erasmus programme?

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The date is the 23rd of June 2016. The date of the EU Referendum in the UK which was organised by UK Prime Minister David Cameron to determine whether Brexit will occur. In the referendum, 51.9% of the population chose to leave the European Union and ever since it’s been a growing topic amongst Britons and Europeans alike. There have been many concerns and worries about what this holds for the future of the country. But what about what it means to students, and the future of our education system? What exactly is Brexit? The UK population voted to leave…

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Which university students spend their loan quickest?

If you’re lucky enough to have some of your loan left over after your rent has been taken from your already-withering bank account, you may be tempted to splash out on luxuries such as new clothes, nights out, and excessive Deliveroo food orders. This is often the case with loads of students across the country, as a study has revealed that by October 20th, practically all leftover cash from student loans has been spent, with 75% of students moving onto credit cards to fund their lifestyles. How crazy is that?? Those who had used up their entire first student loan…

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