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What Charities Does eduKUDU Work With?

5th September is International Charity Day! In spirit of this, we thought we would share with you the four amazing charities that we work...

Celebrating the International Day of Charity – A Student’s Guide

As university students, life can be pretty hectic. With lectures, seminars, essays and deadlines it would be understandable to focus on yourself all the...

5 Dos and Don’ts for a Successful Personal Statement

Writing a personal statement is a rite of passage. In order to apply for most universities - or a whole tranche of them at...

How To Write An Effective University Personal Statement

Most Universities all around the world will expect you to send some kind of personal statement through, as well as your grades, to assess...

Greta Thunberg: Swedish Student Saving The World

Greta Thunberg is a Swedish activist who, at age 15, began protesting outside the Swedish parliament in August 2018 about the need for immediate...

How To Get Your Accommodation Deposit Back

Before the start of the new academic year is when most students' contracts for their university accommodation. Landlord and estate agents can be particularly...

Goldsmith’s University To Become Carbon Neutral

Goldsmith's University announced yesterday that it will be carbon neutral by 2025, as a result of then tens of thousands of students protesting climate...

The Essential UCAS Application Guide

Welcome to our essential UCAS Application Guide. Here, we'll tell you everything you need to know about applying to a university in the UK. Choosing...

A Guide To UCAS University Clearance

A-Level results day (August 15th 2019) is fast-approaching, and can be a day of celebration, or immense success. Although, it is good to be...

Why is Accreditation Important? Collaboration with the British Accreditation Council

This guest post comes to us from the British Accreditation Council. BAC was set up in 1984 to provide a comprehensive quality assurance scheme...

Why Study Art History in Italy?

To say “art history” in Italian, you say "Storia dell’arte" Italy has one of the richest histories in terms of art and culture in the...

Higher-educated women are now half of the USA labour force: Newsbite

Women have historically faced inequality in all aspects of their lives, but particularly in the workplace. But, research conducted by Pew suggests that this is...

Easy Tips to Help You Learn Chinese: Chineasy Collaboration

This guest blog post comes from Chineasy.com. Learn to read and write Chinese with Chineasy—a groundbreaking approach that transforms Chinese characters into pics through publications and apps!  The...

An Interview with an English and Film Study-Abroad Student in Norway

With an average of 8,644 international students enrolling at their higher education institutes each year, Norway appears to be a very popular country for...

International Student Makes Environmental Statement Through Fashion

Radka Blazickova, originally from Prague, is a 22-year-old Textiles for Fashion graduate from the University of Northampton. For her debut catwalk collection for Graduate Fashion...