Advice

Skyscrapers in Hong Kong

Discovering my passion at the University of Hong Kong

Vesta Eresta Jaya from Indonesia explains how stretching her comfort zone at the University of Hong Kong allowed her to gain valuable insight
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My experience as an international student at the University of Luxembourg

As the University of Luxembourg is named as the second most international university in the world, Heidi Flinkman, from Finland, explains why she transferred there from her home university to complete her undergraduate degree as an international student.
Stressed student

Applying through Ucas as an international student

One international student offers a first-hand account of navigating the confusing hurdles to completing your application to a UK university through Ucas
Student feedback

Should students choose their course content?

Blogger Laura Warner reflects on the UK government’s higher education Green Paper and argues that student choice and feedback are important, but only with the right aims in mind
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Universities should promote the value of multilingualism for employability

Trilingual blogger and law student Noorin Malik says universities could do more to show students how and why multilingualism sets them up for success
Making a decision

Make the right decision about university

Camilla reflects on her experience at two different universities to offer advice about making the best decision for you.
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Working as a student assistant

Blogger Elisabeth Sandler, a master’s degree student of Educational Sciences at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, offers a unique perspective on the benefits of working for an academic during your studies.
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How do I choose a master's?

Blogger Charlie Pullen, studying for a master's degree at Queen Mary University of London, guides you through the difficult decision process.