Universities seem to have their own language going on and everything you thought you knew will change.
When you’re planning tertiary study, it’s important to know all your reasons and intentions to ensure you’re making the most of your time and your teachers.
Here's a list of some of the most affordable countries if you're planning on studying overseas, because cheaper is always better when you're a student.
So, you know the basics of how to put together a CV (curriculum vitae, as many professionals will say). But will your CV make you stand out in a very crowded crowd? Here are a couple of tips to ramp up the quality of your CV and get you noticed.
Writing your first CV may seem a little overwhelming but have you covered with this simple template to get you started.
Your family most likely won’t support you when you leave school (and if they do, lucky you!), so whether it’s a part-time job to help while you study or a full-time job to help you work your way up the career ladder, here are some tips for snapping up that first job, which can be a pretty brutal process at times.
Congratulations! You’re about to finish school, and no doubt every adult in your life will have advised you on what your next steps should be. There’s an expectation that you’ll go on to further study, but that doesn’t have to be the case. There is a world of possibilities out there!