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Part-time PhD

Studying for a part-time PhD: the challenges and the benefits

A part-time PhD? Yes, it can be done and it can be incredibly rewarding writes, Arthur Krebbers

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International perspective: an Indian student in the UK

A three-month placement in London has taught Amity University student Ashmeet Sehgal some valuable lessons about studying abroad

Teaching in a prison as a student teacher

Student teacher: learning how to teach in a prison

When given the opportunity to teach in a prison, student teacher Laura Warner relished the challenge and how it informed her teaching in a mainstream classroom

NUS Poverty Commission

Required reading: ‘Ensure students have the money to live’

A National Union of Students’ report offers recommendations that could help eliminate the ‘poverty premium’ suffered by working-class students 

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From India to the UK: a checklist for international students

Arya Sharma presents a checklist of things you should think about before coming to study in the UK as an international student

Finding a summer internship

Brits in America: cramming my summer with internships

Raphaelle has packed her summer full of internships and work experience, something that appears to be the norm for Harvard University students 

an open letter to racism

Pathway to university: an open letter to racists

Racism is an unfortunate scenario that many international students may face. Gwen Sim opens up about her experiences that, while hurtful, do not overshadow how much she has enjoyed studying abroad

Why I love studying in London

Why I love studying in London

London is one of the most popular destinations for students. Watch this short video to find out just why so many students love studying in this busy capital city