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Current students

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, this year it is estimated to begin on the 23rd of April and predicted to end on the 23rd of May. Every year the start date varies and is decided at the sighting of the moon. Muslims spend the entire month

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Advice

Revision Tips!

Exam season seems right around the corner and you may be worrying about when to start revision and what is the best way to begin. Or maybe you haven’t really thought about it yet and this is can be your reminder. Looking for some helpful revision tips? Look no further.

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Advice

Student Finance Top Tips

Our very own student Anmbrin who has been through the finance application process herself provides you with her top tips. Applying to study at university can be a daunting time with so many forms and such little time. It can seem so complicated, with you feeling as though you are

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Tips

Thoughtful Mother’s Day gift under £30

With Mother’s Day less than 2 week away, we thought we’d share a few gift ideas for loved ones this Mother’s Day. Buying thoughtful gifts doesn’t have to cost a fortune, you’ll see what we mean… Persanalised jigsaw puzzle – £6.90 If your mum, nan or guardian enjoy making puzzles,

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Advice

Student Finance

There are two main costs when thinking about your degree programme: Tuition Fees – cost of the course Between £6,000- £9,250 Maintenance costs – cost of living Think about your accommodation, travel, food and course materials. Tuition Fee Loan Covers all of the student’s tuition fees (£6,000-£9,250) Non-means tested and

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Advice

How to Use UCAS Extra

UCAS Extra is another chance for you to gain a place at a university or college. Applications to UCAS Extra open on 25th February and run until 5th July 2020. Senior Student Recruitment Manager David, talks you through the process. You will be eligible to use UCAS Extra if you

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Christmas 2019

New Year’s Resolutions by Student Anmbrin

As 2019 draws to a close, a time where traditions of making New Year’s resolutions falls upon us. Creating New Year’s resolutions can be an amazing way to change your life, this is due to the fact that the New Year can be a time filled with hope and prosperity

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Advice

New Year’s Resolutions for Students

Each year on the last day of December we make a promise to ourselves, that we will study more, go out less, eat healthier, attend the gym regularly… But by February most of these resolutions are broken. We’ve listed 7 New Year’s Resolutions students should make and keep to. Plan,

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Advice

Revising during the festive period

Are you looking forward to the Christmas break but also feeling like you’re pushing the thought of January exams and assignments to the back of your mind? Having to revise over Christmas may feel like you are punishing yourself and that you’d rather be doing anything else but. Don’t worry!

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