Month: May 2015

Megan Dunn is voted in as new NUS president

It’s always great to have a woman in charge – so sayeth the woman. Megan Dunn – who read for an MA in Politics and International Relations at Aberdeen University, and held the position of both Vice President Education and President at Aberdeen University Students’ Association – has been elected as the new president for […]

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Ten ways to get your brain into study mode

Procrastination is an evil thing. It disguises itself as ‘things that need doing’ when really, it’s distracting you from the task at hand – studying. No, your room does not need to be cleaned, you’re not hungry and your friend is not in desperate need of a chat. You need to revise. But when any […]

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Top universities for student experience

When choosing a university, academic prowess is of obvious importance but of increasing importance is the entire experience that the institution offers – if you’re not happy where you study, your marks will suffer. Now ‘experience’ is comprised of many different things and to give prospective students a head start, Times Higher Education (THE) has just […]

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Ten top summer festivals for 2015

Which summer festival are you hitting this year? If your meagre student budget allows for more than one then lucky you! As for the rest of us, we’ve got to choose and it ain’t going to be easy. To help narrow the plethora of options that summer has to offer, here are ten top festivals […]

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