IN 2016, UCAS had more than 28,000 applicants for Business and Management undergraduate degrees – that’s over 5% of all undergraduate degrees. When all these students enter the workplace, there is a lot of competition...Read More
THE traditional route of higher education is not for everybody. This is not a criticism on people’s intellectual abilities or their ambition, but rather on the fact that for a very long time, academia has been very...Read More
AFTER I finished high school, I decided to move to Denmark and study a Marketing degree for a couple of reasons. Number one was the university I chose, VIA University in Horsens, which had a better rating than any in my...Read More
AS Bob Dylan once sang, "the times they are a-changing" and technology is changing faster than ever before. It was recently discovered that robots can be as smart as the academics that programme them: “simulated...Read More
WITH expert staff and world-class research, a degree from the University of Lincoln is often highly regarded by employers. And with generous scholarships for international students, 120 sports clubs and societies, and an...Read More
SPAIN may be overshadowed by its European neighbours in world university rankings - but focus on business and suddenly its dominance becomes clear. Which country has more business schools in the European top 10 than...Read More
WHEN you’ve finally taken the leap of faith and decided you want to attend university, the decisions don’t stop there I’m afraid, they just keep on coming – there’s now plenty more you can do...Read More
ONCE in a while, there is a television show that reaches across the screen and seeps into culture. When it first aired in 2011, few people will have guessed that Game of Thrones would be such as series. It seemed to be a...Read More
DECIDING what you want to do for the rest of your life is a little bit daunting and rather scarily, it all starts with what you choose to do at university. But never fear, we are here to guide you through the terrors...Read More
ALONG with the technological advancements, the entrepreneurship and business landscape has changed considerably around the world. In the United Kingdom in 2014, there has been a record number of start-ups set up, according...Read More
BUSINESS and finance graduates looking for paid experience with an international corporation might want to take a look at an internship with Thomson Reuters. The New York-based multinational is a world-leading source...Read More
THE Big Three are the world's most prestigious management consulting firms. In the industry, they are also known as MBB, an acronym of the companies they comprise - McKinsey & Company, The Boston Consulting...Read More
LUXURY consumers around the world have tripled in number over the past two decades. Some 330 million people are now spending $300 billion a year on designer accessories, fragrances, cosmetics and delicacies, a third of them...Read More
DOCTORS and nurses know first-hand what works and what doesn’t in hospitals and clinics. Along with life scientists, engineers and IT experts, they are well placed to dream up innovative devices, software or services...Read More
CINEMA adverts are less likely to affect you if you are eating popcorn. You are more likely to underestimate the calories in a cake if it has a strawberry on top. And you’re more likely to place a higher bid on eBay...Read More
WHAT's it like being an MBA student in the USA? Here's our interview with Aditya Sinha, a 29-year-old Indian student in his first year of an MBA program at the Stephen M Ross School of Business at the University...Read More
DRIVE west from the heart of London and after two hours you will cross a bridge into another country. It has snow-capped mountains and sunny beaches, lively cities and relaxed villages. It has two national languages, three...Read More
A campus university in the heart of Birmingham city centre.
EVERYDAY life is full of awkward moments for most of us, but for international students, in a new country, embarrassing slipups are far more common. Here are some mistakes to avoid when studying abroad: Not double-checking...
A South American country with 'liquid rainbow' rivers and great coffee!