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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 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...

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 You Should Go To A Modern University

Modern universities make up over half of the UK's Higher Education sector, educating over a million students a year. With ground-breaking research and endless...

Interview With A Computer Science Student

We caught up with Luke, a Computer Science student at the University of Cardiff who is currently doing a year in industry before returning...

Why Study English Literature in the UK?

English Literature is a classic and well-respected degree for many reasons. Not only does it celebrate the ancient art of storytelling, but it also...

How to Save the World on a Student Budget

On the 1st May, the UK Parliament declared a Climate Change emergency. This declaration was one of the key demands of the protests in...

My Study Abroad Story at Uni of Glasgow

In this post, I would like to talk about my personal experience from going abroad as well as some of its pros and cons....

An Interview with a Scientist

Aarathi Prasad works at University College London. She is the author of Like A Virgin: How Science is Redesigning the Rules of Sex, and In...

An Interview with a Geography Teacher

The i-STUDENTglobal team spoke to Dan Cropper, a geography teacher at Fallibroome Academy, located just outside of Macclesfield in the north of the UK....

Where to Next: Top 5 Student-Friendly Cities in The World

You’ve chosen the degree you want to pursue. You have a pretty good idea of what job title you want to nail after graduation....

Want to study medicine in the UK?

The desire to study medicine abroad is motivated by a number of factors. It offers you a chance to experience a different culture, learn...

The different… Bristols

There is one fundamental thing that Bristol is not – boring. In my time here, one of the most wonderful things I have learned...

University of Bristol’s Feminist Society

I was continuously told that coming to University would be an amazing experience, but there was one particular aspect of it that took me...