Do you know what the scariest thing about being at university is? No, it’s not the workload and deadlines! What’s scarier than that is knowing that the end of your student life is approaching very fast…
The last few months of university are arguably the most important for any student. Chilling out and making the most of it may be on the bottom of your list of things to do, but also equally as important.
When exam results flood in, many A Level students are leaving school and trying to figure out what their next step will be. Two very popular options are heading straight to university or going on a gap year.
Recent Lincoln graduate Laura Roe fears the arts are being lost from our education as the number of young people studying arts for their GCSEs.
If you’re enjoying your part time job while at university, you’re very much in the minority – a new survey has revealed that workers in the East Midlands are the second most unhappy in the country.
As an ex-student and recruitment specialist of several years, Phil Gratton reveals common Curriculum Vitae (CV) mistakes that people make and how to remedy them.
Second year students could benefit from some free workshops which will focus on applying for graduate work placements and jobs.