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Agriculture Scholarships for International Students

Agriculture Scholarships for International Students

DID you know that Prince William studied a 10 week course in Agricultural Management at Cambridge University? The course was designed specifically to prepare him for when he inherits the Duke of Cornwall estate. Whilst most...

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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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Close Encounters with Endangered Species

Close Encounters with Endangered Species

DURRELL Conservation Academy’s post-graduate diploma in Endangered Species Recovery is a 6-month intensive course based in Mauritius. Offering a mixture of practical and classroom-based study, the PgDip is designed...

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5 Reasons I Love My BSc Biomedical Sciences

5 Reasons I Love My BSc Biomedical Sciences

HERE at Student World Online, we love to hear stories from international students about their chosen studies. Carola is studying Biomedical Sciences in London, and told us why she loves her course and university. Queen...

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The Quirks of Mauritian Life: The Expectations and Realities

The Quirks of Mauritian Life: The Expectations and Realities

After following the call of conservation, Jennifer was on her way to Mauritius for six-months. But what was island life going to be like? And, the more urgent question, how much tea did she need to pack? PACKING...

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Why I Chose a Post-Graduate Diploma in Endangered Species Recovery

Why I Chose a Post-Graduate Diploma in Endangered Species Recovery

WITH an endless supply of study abroad options, it is always interesting to see why people choose their courses. For her post-graduate diploma, Jennifer Parker studied Endangered Species Recovery in Mauritius with the Durell...

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Planet Earth II: The Best Life Sciences and Natural History Courses in the UK

Planet Earth II: The Best Life Sciences and Natural History Courses in the UK

IN a recent interview, broadcasting legend and everyone’s top choice for fantasy dinner guest, Sir David Attenborough just made an observation that makes us feel hopeful for our future and that of our planet. Today’s...

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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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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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5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

5 Types of Volunteering (And Where to Do It)

"We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give." ~ Winston Churchill   MANY people see volunteering as a necessary, but perhaps boring, way to gain early experience and develop...

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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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5 Top Forensic Science Programs for International Students

5 Top Forensic Science Programs for International Students

WHETHER you want to be a crime scene investigator or a toxicologist, there are a number of different career paths you can take with a forensic science degree. Many people remain in the field of science and go on to be pharmacologists,...

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You Can't Study at Hogwarts - But You Can Study This!

You Can't Study at Hogwarts - But You Can Study This!

WE were saddened to hear of the death of British actor Alan Rickman last week. Rickman was a strong supporter of further education, and drama schools in particular. He graduated from RADA (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art)...

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Where to Study Environmental Management

Where to Study Environmental Management

HOW do you like the sound of a career that benefits the world and your bank account? Well, look no further – a degree in environmental management, environmental studies or sustainability development will give you...

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How an Earth Science Degree Can Launch a Space Career

How an Earth Science Degree Can Launch a Space Career

YOU don’t have to be a rocket scientist to have a successful career with the European Space Agency (ESA).  Working in earth sciences offers opportunities to ambitious graduates from a variety of disciplines including...

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