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Top 6 Renowned Civil Engineers

Here are the top 6 renowned Civil Engineers of all time. Each one has made a major contribution to the field and they're all...

An Interview with an Architect

We spoke to Chris Jaume, 25, who is currently completing his Part 2 Architectural Assistant placement as part of his journey to becoming a...

5 Twitter Accounts For Learning English

Social media can provide you with lots of great ways to improve your English effortlessly and on the move. Learning English is difficult, but...

Chicago Lights Up with Holiday Cheer!

What says “HOLIDAY SEASON!” better than Mickey Mouse turning on the Christmas lights throughout Chicago? That is exactly what we witnessed this past weekend at...

How to Present Your Art in Portfolios and Exhibitions

As an art student, you present your works at various times in your emerging art career. How you prepare your work for presentation depends on...

5 Tips on How to Read Big Books at University

These novels sit proudly on bookcases all around the world. George Elliot's Middlemarch (904 pages), Herman Melville's Moby Dick (635 pages), Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace (1,225 pages),...

Winning Personal Essays in 500 Words or Less

Great personal statement advice from education professional Sharon Epstein. Here she gives us her top tips for acing the application essay despite the tight...

How to Write a Personal Statement

Chris Williams is an Australian master’s student at Oxford University. He gives the following advice on writing a personal statement, also known as a...

Why Study Acting Abroad? A Drama Student’s Perspective

Camilo Lascano Tribin is an Australian student who has recently been selected to study acting at Atlantic, a prestigious New York drama school. He...

From Thailand to New Zealand

Hi all!! My name is Pim. I am an international student studying at Victoria University of Wellington. I am originally from Bangkok, Thailand and am...

Why Study History at University

History can give you versatile skills for both life and work, whilst teaching you how to maintain society’s ‘collective memory’. Aristotle once said that to...

Why You Should Study IT in the USA

IT and telecommunications subjects provide the technology needed for today’s information-based society, and the USA offers plenty of opportunities. In this article, we explore...

What It Takes to Be a Music Major

Professor of Music, Louis A Menchaca talks about the top qualities he looks for in a music major: Through the years, I have recruited...

The Differences In Environmental Science And Environmental Management

Here, two professors explain what is involved in some different areas of environmental study. Environmental Science and Environmental Studies, by Professor Kayhan Ostovar The problems society...

21st Century Sociology

As societies become ever more globalised and complex the need for sociologists is becoming more vital, as Anthony Elliott explains. What is sociology? Sociology, it is...