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The Artificial Intelligence revolution: where we are...

IF many of us were honest, we would probably admit that we weren’t sure about what exactly Artificial Intelligence is. And if you’re not able to define something, then it becomes impossible to identify whether...

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Are Arts courses dying out?

IF you are a student, and especially an arts or humanities student, you will no doubt be aware of the rivalry that can exist between arts/humanities and science students. As an former media production student, I spent three...

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Digital marketing and the future of disruptive technology

TECHNOLOGY has changed the way we live our lives and how we communicate. Smartphones, tablets, laptops; our everyday tech has become ever more portable and on demand. With the advent of social media networking, it’s...

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The best things to do in Switzerland

OUT of 158 nations, the World Happiness Report classed Switzerland as the second happiest country in the world in 2016. Here’s a short list of some of the best activities and experiences in this cheerful (and affluent)...

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The best attractions in Spain for international students

BEAUTIFUL scenery, culture, history, a varied landscape, tapas, salsa, flamenco dancing, beaches, beer, countryside, warm climate, cosmopolitan cities… There is a whole host of reasons to go to Spain whilst in Europe....

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Things you should know about Africa

MAGUATA JOY MOLOI is in her final year of a Bachelor's of Commerce degree, majoring in law at the University of South Africa. Joy has written her first blog piece for Student World Online about Africa and some...

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Native American Heritage Day: why is it important?

THE day after Thanksgiving, the fourth Friday in November, the United States celebrates the Native American Day. This date encourages Americans to recognise their native American heritage, history and contributions. MJ...

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Health and Wellbeing at University

NOW that the university year is well and truly in progress, and the craziness of Freshers has died down, it’s important for students to not lose track of what’s important in this exciting time – their health....

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What is thanksgiving in the United States?

THE United States has their popular national holiday, Thanksgiving, on the 23rd of November. Nearly everyone is familiar with the family gathering for dinner featuring the famous stuffed turkey and the all-time American...

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European Scholarships: what you need to know for 2018

STUDYING in a foreign country is expensive, however,  some organisations provide scholarships so students can accomplish their dreams of becoming a professional. Getting a scholarship is a huge aid for the...

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Unusual UK scholarships

 Why not opt to spend more time in the library than at a part-time job? STAYING afloat financially whilst at university can be challenging, stressful and at times seemingly impossible. Getting a part-time job...

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What Canadian Scholarships are on offer for 2017/18?

As the number of international students flocking to Canada grows, so will the number of scholarships available. Here is a list of some undergraduate, masters-level and doctorate scholarships available for international students...

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5 Careers after studying an Arts degree

Career paths are clear for those studying maths, engineering or science, but art subjects can be less so. I am currently in my third year of an English and Philosophy degree and am job hunting myself. I decided to write...

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Top 10 technology fields of the future

IT SEEMS like every day there is a new advancement in technology, a new gadget out, or a new update to install on your iPhone – we are well and truly living in the digital age. But what does this mean for the future?...

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Advice from India's top business innovators

INDIA is fast emerging as one of the most exciting places for innovation and entrepreneurship. Global accountancy and business intelligence giant KPMG estimate that India's GDP is set to grow from USD 2 trillion to USD...

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