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PHD student completes thesis on Only Fools and Horses!

The wheelings and dealings of “Del Boy” Trotter and co have made audiences across the UK split their seams for decades. As a result the lovable market trader and protagonist of Only Fools and Horses has rarely been viewed in anything other than a comedic light. read more...


Cambridge and Imperial College London tie for 2nd place in university world rankings

Yes it’s that time of year again. Another global university ranking has published its listings and unsurprisingly Cambridge has proved itself once more as being up there with the world’s best. read more...


Amazon’s new London office could equal an extra 3,000 jobs

Graduates, who have their sights set on working for a retailing giant, will welcome the news that leading e-tailer Amazon is set to open up a brand new office in the capital. read more...


Genetics and evolution among courses offered at Shropshire’s new university

The full course list for Shropshire’s new university has been published and subjects including Genetics and Evolution are among the exciting range of degree subject choices on offer. read more...


Another satisfied student: Durham University has happiest undergraduates in UK

According to the latest National Student Survey (NSS), students enrolled at Durham University are the most satisfied in the UK – reporting high levels of happiness over the quality of courses, staff and university services. read more...


What can new students expect from Fresher’s Week?

As another round of students begin their university careers, campuses across the country will be holding Fresher’s Weeks as a way to initiate newcomers into university life. read more...


Collaborative work environment high on Millenials' job wish list

Many of today’s graduates fall under the bracket of the Millennial Generation - those born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s - a working generation who want more than from their jobs than just the chance to earn a living. read more...


How do some undergraduates manage stress? Shopping and playing computer games apparently

Stress often comes part and parcel with studying for a university degree, and while ‘out of the box’ initiatives such as puppy lounges have been trialled in an effort to help students unwind from the demands of academia, a simpler approach could prove to be just the ticket. read more...


Spending too much on nights out – the top undergrad money mistake

Today’s undergraduates may be concerned about their mounting university debt; but it seems that this hasn’t stopped them making a spending mistake or two during the course of their university study. read more...


80% never tell white lies on their CV

In the race to secure a graduate job, some graduates may have been tempted to stretch the truth in an effort to stand out from the crowd. read more...

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