Home Office relaxes Visa rules for Chinese students

The UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) found that China paves the way as the leading outsource for international students in the UK. Outshining any other nationality, Chinese students make up one-third of international students in the UK. Further still, China is the only country indifferent to Brexit and British politics as their students continue to study in British universities at an unparalleled rocketing rate: as many as 95,090 Chinese students came to the UK in the academic year 2016/17 – a huge increase since the 87,895 that came in 2013/14. Just days ago, the Home Office announced a…

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What Is UKCAT And Who Should Take It

The UKCAT, otherwise known as the UK Clinical Aptitude Test, is an assessment used in both medicine and dentistry. It is a test that helps universities make a more informed choice when it comes to choosing from the applicants who wish to study a variety of medical and dental programmes across the UK.It is carried out to help achieve greater fairness during the selection process when it comes to accepting students onto university courses. Used in collaboration with other admission processes such as the UCAS application, the UKCAT tests mental abilities, attitudes and professional behaviour that is required to be…

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Budget the right way with Mobile Banking

Starting uni is undoubtedly one of the most exciting life experiences you will ever go through. Meeting new friends, partying, starting lectures, joining sports groups – the list is endless. In between all of this, keeping track of your finances can be hard. Luckily NatWest’s student account makes managing your money easier.  Combine that with a budget plan using Office 365 and you will be sure to stay ‘out of the red’ … Budget the right way with Mobile Banking: Leaving home and learning to manage your own finances is much harder than you may think. We all take for…

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Mistakes People Make when Applying for Jobs

With the job market at its most competitive, when you’re applying for that placement or grad job you need to make sure that your application is the one that grabs the employer’s attention and avoids the dreaded rejection pile. I know it’s a lot easier said than done, but there are mistakes which are surprisingly very common and should be avoided at all costs – here is your guide to these, so by the next time you apply for a job you know exactly what not to do. The first one can’t be reiterated enough. Spelling and grammar; unless you’re…

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