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01/05/2014

What can I do with an automotive engineering degree?

A degree in automotive engineering is a highly vocational but still intellectually rigorous course. It's aimed at creating successful, highly employable graduates with the academic, technical and personal qualities to implement new technologies creatively as professional engineers. read more...

01/05/2014

What can I do with an environmental science degree?

Environmental issues have been increasingly high on the agenda both nationally and globally over the past few years. read more...

01/05/2014

Funding options for postgraduate study

In an increasingly competitive jobs market, the value of a postgraduate qualification has never been higher. read more...

01/05/2014

Dressing to impress: what colours should you choose for your interview?

There are many factors that can affect the impression you make in an interview. You should speak concisely, make eye contact, exude confidence (but not too much) and provide pertinent answers that explain exactly why you are the perfect fit for the job. read more...

01/05/2014

What can I do with a degree in biology?

If you've recently graduated in biology or are about to do so you might be envisaging a life surrounded by test tubes and Petri dishes. read more...

01/05/2014

The benefits of choosing a STEM foundation degree

Despite a great deal of debate surrounding the reported skills gap in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and maths), recently figures published by the Higher Education Funding Council (HEFCE) paint a relatively positive picture. read more...

01/05/2014

What's the difference between a computer science and an IT degree?

In September of this year computer science will replace ICT (information and communications technology) on the school syllabus. read more...

01/05/2014

Nine in ten parents worldwide want their kids to go to university

Studying at university is still by seen by parents all over the world as the best way for their kids to get ahead, according to a new study by HSBC. read more...

27/04/2014

Are you too old for a graduate scheme?

In 2013 around 116,000 mature students applied for full-time courses at English universities. read more...

27/04/2014

What's your biggest weakness?

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