Your Next Summer Holiday – Japan

Well September is upon us once again. Time to get back to research, writing and plan your holiday for next summer. Planning ahead not only saves money, but also gives you something to look forward to in the bleak times. Having just returned from Tokyo I whole-heartedly recommend it as a travel destination for students. I won’t lie to you; it is an expensive journey to make. My flight tickets were just under £800 and that was the cheapest I could find. Flight comparison sites such as Sky Scanner are essential in ensuring you get the best deal from trusted…

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Tips for surviving the summer

Listen up…the bees have got a secret. Summer is finally here! It’s time to say goodbye to chunky over coats, thigh high boots and misery and say hello to longer days filled with sunshine and bliss. You have waited months to model those crop tops and low-rise jeans, to wiggle those toes in the outdoors and to feel the warmth of the sun against your skin. There are so many upcoming activities and festivals throughout the UK awaiting you this summer. Hopefully there will be many sun-filled opportunities for Hyde Park picnics amongst the daffodils in full bloom. Along with…

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Make the Most Out of Summer

It’s that time of the year where every student starts looking forward to the summer holidays, and hopefully some warmer weather. But 3 weeks in and nothing to do, it can become very boring very quickly. So start making plans now to ensure you won’t be sat through 3 months of boredom.   Part Time Job: It’s easier said than done but a summer job is usually plan A for most students. Start early, print out a pile of CVs and hand them out to bars and shops. Major companies will advertise online so don’t forget to spend time searching…

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