Month: April 2015


The ten safest university towns in the UK

The ten safest university towns in the UK

New research by StuRents.com has named Egham (in Surrey) the safest university town in England and Wales. The study analysed over 500,000 crimes between February 2014 and January found that student areas averaged 248 crimes per 1000 residents in the last year, 2.5 times the national average of 99. […]

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Why you should study in London

Why you should study in London

London is undeniably awesome. Sure, it can be dirty, dingy and derelict (as are all cities) and too crowded but it is vibrant, cosmopolitan, historic and super duper fun. It should thus come as no surprise that over a quarter of the city’s student population is made up of international students – according to the […]

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Ten jobs likely to exist in a changing world

Sure, doctors, lawyers and (debatably) bankers are necessary professions – full of riches and esteem – but they’re not for everyone…and if cloning or robotics takes off, who knows? But there are jobs that are likely to be around in the future; jobs that today’s graduates can’t go wrong entertaining in thought and even in […]

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Degrees obtained by top billionaires

OK, so you’ve decided you want to be a billionaire; what kind of degree do you need to study to make that happen? The good news is that the majority 32 per cent of the world’s current top 100 billionaires did not complete tertiary education, according to recent research by B2B directory and lead generation […]

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