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Why study Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security?

Why study Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security?

Ethical hacking is the process of testing and validating an Information Technology (IT) system to determine its weaknesses and assess its vulnerabilities. Businesses and government organisations hire cybersecurity professional...

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10 University Courses that Didn’t Exist 10 Years Ago

10 University Courses that Didn’t Exist 10 Years Ago

IT goes without saying that the world has changed a lot over the last decade. With technology improving day by day and with different skills becoming essential in the working world, universities are introducing courses that...

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Crying out for new talent - Big Data and the InfoSec boom

Crying out for new talent - Big Data and the InfoSec boom

BIG Data has revolutionised the world around us, but our data needs to be kept safely Big Data AS citizens of Western countries, we've become desensitized to the monthly newsflashes about the latest massive...

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Results announced for World University Rankings 2018

Results announced for World University Rankings 2018

OXFORD graciously clings to the top spot for 2018’s Times Higher Education World University rankings and Cambridge takes a comfortable second position.For the first time in the history of the league table, two British...

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Indian Innovation: celebrating the best tech

Indian Innovation: celebrating the best tech

THIS year, India commemorates 70 years of independence from the British Empire. To celebrate, we look at some of the latest technological developments in the country:   Celebrating Indian Independence day in...

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Virtual Reality Careers - the key to the door

Virtual Reality Careers - the key to the door

CAREERS in virtual reality development: what are your options? Designing the games emerging in the tech world would be a pretty cool job, right? Could it be feasible? How would you go about accessing this industry? This...

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Innovation Courses for Multi-Discipline Problem Solving

Innovation Courses for Multi-Discipline Problem Solving

CHANGE; revolution; upheaval; transformation. These ideas all seem very exciting at the moment. Young people are inheriting modern difficulties – a tough job market; unstable politics around the world – and many...

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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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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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6 Futuristic Cities for Studying Technology Degrees

6 Futuristic Cities for Studying Technology Degrees

1. San Jose, USA Touted as the capital of Silicone Valley, it has a firm grasp of the wider world and the international tech scene – it’s home Adobe and eBay, for example. Software Engineering, Information...

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10 Fun Ways to Stay Connected With Friends & Family

10 Fun Ways to Stay Connected With Friends & Family

WHETHER you are just returning from university and leaving your new friends behind, or preparing to leave your home in September for somewhere new, staying connected with friends and family is a huge concern for many international...

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Vasudha's journey: I want to study management information systems in the USA

Vasudha's journey: I want to study management information systems in the USA

Indian graduate and blogger Vasudha Sarda shares her experience of the whole study abroad application process as she sets out to get her place on a Masters in Management Information Systems program in the USA… After...

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Study Games Design: The 5 Best Computer Game Courses in the UK

Study Games Design: The 5 Best Computer Game Courses in the UK

JUST falling short of being a professional footballer, working with computer games was a dream for any child of the digital age and thanks to the boom that the gaming industry is currently enjoying, that fantasy isn't...

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