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5 Reasons Why I Love My Lighting Design Course

5 Reasons Why I Love My Lighting Design Course

WE LOVE to hear when students are passionate about their course  –  especially when that course is particularly unusual! We asked Edinburgh Napier student Seraphina Gogate to tell us her 5 favourite things...

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6 Stellar Students: What Would Your Favourite Star Wars Characters Study?

6 Stellar Students: What Would Your Favourite Star Wars Characters Study?

THE first teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi launched a few weeks ago and people are already getting giddy and excited at the thought of a new addition to the franchise. For this reason, December couldn’t...

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What is Agricultural Food Technology and Why is it Important?

What is Agricultural Food Technology and Why is it Important?

IT IS believed that the rise in agriculture and farming led to the growth of civilisation. But the continued spread of unsustainable agriculture could lead to the downfall of civilisation as well. It is estimated that by...

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5 Courses to Step Into Virtual Reality Design

5 Courses to Step Into Virtual Reality Design

WITH technology rapidly enhancing, virtual reality has become a major interest of many young people wanting to get into the digital design business. There’s no doubt that this would be a fantastic (and fun!) industry...

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10 Reasons to Enter the World of Quantative Finance with emlyon business school

10 Reasons to Enter the World of Quantative Finance with emlyon business school

If you’re looking to enter the international world of finance, you’re probably aware that you’re facing an increasingly risky profession. Whilst a job in ‘finance’ often brings to mind Wolf...

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What Are Degree Apprenticeships? A New Form of Higher Education

What Are Degree Apprenticeships? A New Form of Higher Education

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...

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Skills for the Next Industrial Revolution (And the Courses to Teach You Them)

Skills for the Next Industrial Revolution (And the Courses to Teach You Them)

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...

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5 Historical Students: What Would They Do Now?

5 Historical Students: What Would They Do Now?

THERE are countless amazing and interesting people throughout history who have achieved staggeringly impressive feats. Some of them will have gone to universities, but those university experiences will have been nothing...

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The Horizon 2020 Project: Funding for the Future

The Horizon 2020 Project: Funding for the Future

EVERYTHING Begins with an Idea... Earl Nightingale Students have brilliant, innovative ideas more often than we might think. They come up with concepts which, if put into practice, could harness impressive societal,...

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"Should I Study a Single or Joint Honours Degree?" How to Make Your Decision

"Should I Study a Single or Joint Honours Degree?" How to Make Your Decision

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...

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3 Steps to Become an Architect in the UK

3 Steps to Become an Architect in the UK

ARCHITECTURE is one of the most cross-discipline careers you can find. Only those with a creative mind can design buildings from scratch, but architecture also needs meticulous mathematics and precise science. And on top...

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Where Can I Study Petroleum and Gas Engineering?

Where Can I Study Petroleum and Gas Engineering?

WRITER Robert Bryce once said “If oil didn’t exist, we’d have to invent it”.  The world runs on oil, and until a similarly effective energy source is found, it will continue to be the most needed...

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How to Get into the Oil and Gas Industry

How to Get into the Oil and Gas Industry

OIL and gas graduates are among the highest paid in the world in their first jobs - if not the highest. Petroleum engineering graduates in the United States have a starting salary close to six figures, while an oil...

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