Dealing with student debt by selling products from home

Although university fees within the United Kingdom are not nearly as high when compared to other areas of the world such as the United States, there is no doubt that higher education can place significant strain on a tight budget.  Students are therefore looking for means to earn a supplemental form of income. Unfortunately, traditional options such as taking on a part-time job might be out of your reach.  What other options exist and why are a growing number of students choosing to take advantage of the online retail community.  Let’s take a look at some of the major benefits…

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Top tips for staying fit and healthy during exam season

During that final stretch of the semester, we tend to put our lives on hold, and our bodies are usually the first to suffer. Aside from that “freshman 15,” you’re at risk of gaining another fifteen pounds during those long all-nighters accompanied with Red Bulls and Ben and Jerry’s. We tend to neglect all of our healthy habits and give in to weeks of the sedentary lifestyle with little or no self-care at all. Below are the top tips for how to stay fit and healthy during this year’s dreary season of exams. Move  This doesn’t mean getting up at…

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Best places to visit while studying abroad in Australia

If you’ve been lucky enough to get a chance to study in Australia as a foreign student, then you must have been thinking about which places to visit to experience Australia in the best way possible. If you’re not sure which locations to put on your list, here are 7 places you shouldn’t miss. Find a way to visit them and you won’t be disappointed. 1. Great Barrier Reef This is the number one on the list because it’s one of the most incredible world’s wonders. The reef is even longer than the Great Wall of China and can be…

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A free education for all – but at Scotland’s cost?

Scottish students, providing that they attend one of Scotland’s 19 universities, receive free tuition fees for the duration of their degree. These tuition fees are paid through UK taxes to the funding body SAAS, but also extend to European students who choose to study abroad in Scotland. This is the result of an agreement between Scotland and other member states of the EU, however, this generous offer doesn’t extend to all. Scots who move abroad or to other parts of the UK aren’t entitled to free tuition as they must live in Scotland for three years prior to starting university,…

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How to solve common student accommodation problems

Going off to college and living on your own for the first time is truly exciting, bringing you more freedom and numerous opportunities to become more independent. However, you may come across some common accommodation problems in a student house. Although student accommodation is typically enjoyable, comfortable and safe, certain issues may occur from time to time. Don’t worry, no matter how serious a problem might seem, there’s always a way to deal with it. Your landlord keeps intruding   If your intrusive landlord keeps showing up without any previous notice, you should address this issue. Although your landlord owns…

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