Things for students to do in summer holidays

It is that time of year again where the library is crowded, and everyone around you is tearing their hair out because of deadlines and revision. However, On the bright side summer is approaching! Most of the students are hoping to enjoy uni free zone and relax in the sun. However, let’s face it, it is only a matter of time before you will get bored of doing nothing. So you might as well do something productive and active. Here are some ideas for you to think about:Find a jobIt is hard to find a job but not impossible. This…

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UNCOVERED: Adobe Creative Cloud

Some of you may be looking at or considering a piece of Adobe Software and been left feeling utterly confused about what you need. We want to make sure you are spending your money wisely and only paying for features you need. We strongly believe that Adobe Creative Cloud is the way forward. In fact, Adobe is to be congratulated on this trail blazing approach to software provision which is convenient, cost effective and seamless in its integration into one’s everyday workflow. We know it can be confusing and there are some misconceptions out there about what Creative Cloud actually…

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Summer hobbies: try something new

Many of us will spend the summer sitting in bored and have nothing to do. Yet so many of us talk about hobbies we would love to try or skills we wished we had. As a student we have the luxury of a long summer, so why not fill it with a new hobby or skill. Having a hobby not only makes you more interesting as a person but can give you interesting topics to talk to people about. There are so many types of hobbies to choose from, it all depends on your area of interest and the type…

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Why you should study abroad

Most universities now offer the opportunity to study abroad as part of your degree. With some degree courses, this extends your degree time to four years and you spend your third year abroad. With others, it forms all, or part, of your second year. It won’t cost you any extra fees-wise to go abroad as you’ll pay whatever you pay now to your current university. I went to Calgary in Canada for the first semester of my second year last September and had the time of my life. I came back sorely regretting not going for the full year. I…

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