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Edinburgh Napier in Numbers: A Visual Guide

Edinburgh Napier in Numbers: A Visual Guide

If you would like more information on Edinburgh Napier University, head to their profile and send a request for them to contact you.

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5 Must-See Films That Explain Wales to International Students

5 Must-See Films That Explain Wales to International Students

WHEN thinking of Wales, the accent, singing, and something to do with sheep probably comes to mind… but whilst the film industry isn’t the first thing people think of, Wales certainly has something to offer....

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Could Brexit Create More British Degrees in Europe?

Could Brexit Create More British Degrees in Europe?

OXFORD University is no stranger to myths and rumours, but the most recent one is that Oxford has been considering opening a satellite campus in Paris. Whilst Oxford denied the rumours, the idea made people very excited. The...

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AFRICA

Close Ecounters on a PgDip Endangered Species Recovery

Close Ecounters on a PgDip Endangered Species Recovery

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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Journey to SU President

Journey to SU President

RECENTLY, we met with Ahmd Emara, Egyptian national and President of The Students' Union at UWE to understand why he decided to get involved in student politics. In our interview, we hear about his experience as...

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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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ASIA

7 Things That Surprised Me About Sri Lanka (And One That Didn’t)

7 Things That Surprised Me About Sri Lanka (And One That Didn’t)

AS SOME of you may have read, I have decided to step outside my comfort zone and move to Sri Lanka, to travel and work on an internship. I want to share with you what really surprised me after moving here – and also...

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Want to Work Around the World? Become a Global Hospitality Manager!

Want to Work Around the World? Become a Global Hospitality Manager!

HOSPITALITY is a very diverse and interesting industry, and an incredibly large generator of revenue around the world. The industry is currently worth approximately $830 billion worldwide, and according to hotel industry...

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Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

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AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND

5 Dentistry Scholarships to Make You Smile

5 Dentistry Scholarships to Make You Smile

KEEN about dentistry but need help with funds? We understand that dentistry scholarships are hard to come by, so we have collated a list of five universities worldwide that can attend to your financial needs, ranging from...

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Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

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What are the Top Law Schools on Each Continent?

What are the Top Law Schools on Each Continent?

A DEGREE in law can open the door to a number of exciting career opportunities; whether you want to work as a judge or a solicitor, a law degree will be your first step on the road to success. A great many universities located...

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CANADA & USA

Do You Recognise These Film Set Universities?

Do You Recognise These Film Set Universities?

UNIVERSITIES are where people acquire knowledge, but many people might be surprised to learn that campuses aren’t only the home of study. The film industry has a long history of using universities for film locations. Whether...

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A Quick Guide to Canadian Post-Study Visa Options

A Quick Guide to Canadian Post-Study Visa Options

With the US president closing borders to countries and the promise of immigration control in UK through Brexit, many migrants are already starting to look to other English speaking countries for university and work. Canada...

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What Trump’s Executive Orders Mean for International Study

What Trump’s Executive Orders Mean for International Study

MOST of us alive today have never seen global politics change so swiftly. It seems like each day, thousands of people’s lives are changed in the time it takes to sign a signature, lower a gavel – or send a tweet....

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EUROPE

My Student City: Horsens, Denmark

My Student City: Horsens, Denmark

Maddona, Iron Maiden and David Bowie have all played gigs there, but we wanted to know what else there is for students studying in Horsens. We asked Michael Mares, a Marketing and Management student at VIA University what...

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5 Things That Surprised Me About Albania

5 Things That Surprised Me About Albania

LAST summer my boyfriend and I decided to opt for a summer holiday that would be more than just tanning, eating cheap hotel food and drinking beer by a pool. After a lot of travel planning over FaceTime and reading lots...

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Could Brexit Create More British Degrees in Europe?

Could Brexit Create More British Degrees in Europe?

OXFORD University is no stranger to myths and rumours, but the most recent one is that Oxford has been considering opening a satellite campus in Paris. Whilst Oxford denied the rumours, the idea made people very excited. The...

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IRELAND & UK

An Egyptian in England: Talking British Culture

An Egyptian in England: Talking British Culture

Do you want to know what student life is like in the UK? President of the Student's Union at UWE, Ahmd Emara from Egypt, gives us the low down on why he chose the UK and what he has learnt whilst he has been here! STUDENT...

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Edinburgh Napier in Numbers: A Visual Guide

Edinburgh Napier in Numbers: A Visual Guide

If you would like more information on Edinburgh Napier University, head to their profile and send a request for them to contact you.

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5 Must-See Films That Explain Wales to International Students

5 Must-See Films That Explain Wales to International Students

WHEN thinking of Wales, the accent, singing, and something to do with sheep probably comes to mind… but whilst the film industry isn’t the first thing people think of, Wales certainly has something to offer....

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LATIN AMERICA

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

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What are the Top Law Schools on Each Continent?

What are the Top Law Schools on Each Continent?

A DEGREE in law can open the door to a number of exciting career opportunities; whether you want to work as a judge or a solicitor, a law degree will be your first step on the road to success. A great many universities located...

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Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

Festivals for the Dead: Halloween Around the World

AMERICA is commonly seen as the home of Halloween, and it certainly celebrates in style – but many other cultures around the world celebrate this time of year with ancient and elaborate festivals devoted to the dead....

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TURKEY

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

Top Tips on Applying to Study Abroad

BEING from Nicaragua, a Latin American country right in the middle of America, has never been so challenging when it comes to applying for scholarships on the other side of the world. I have to be honest, it is not easy....

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Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around Europe

Live Like a Local: Useful Phrases Around Europe

WHEN you’re studying and living in different countries, it helps to have one or two phrases up your sleeve to make interactions that little bit easier. But while it’s all very well knowing how to ask where the...

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10 Best Student Cities for Art & Architecture

10 Best Student Cities for Art & Architecture

IF you are moving to a new city for your studies, one of your criteria should be to fall in love with the place at first sight. After all, you will be spending the next few years of your life there, so you will want to live...

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Close Ecounters on a PgDip Endangered Species Recovery

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