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University challenge: why students must be brutal when choosing their degree

New students are just shaking off their hangovers from Freshers Week, but for their parents the worry about how to pay for university has only just begun. So this may be a good time to remind ourselves of the ‘great … Continue reading

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Style – & stereotypes – over substance

BBC 2’s Mind the Gap fails to explain why London’s economic success is more than a feeling by Iona Bain   The BBC is finally catching up with what most of us have already realised – we are living in … Continue reading

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A graduate’s guide for survival

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN THE DAILY MAIL by IONA BAIN Thousands have been celebrating the end of a degree course this summer and are looking forward to life after university. But whether you’ve graduated  yourself or have a child or grandchild … Continue reading

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Getting the graduate job you want

WITH YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT SO HIGH, IT HAS NEVER BEEN TOUGHER FOR GRADUATES ON THE HUNT FOR A JOB – sam wright at wikijob.co.uk SHARES HIS TIPS on HOW TO TARGET THE RIGHT EMPLOYERS, MEET THE RIGHT PEOPLE AND GET THE … Continue reading

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What happens to your student overdraft when you graduate? A guide to current accounts for big boys and girls

Students have been celebrating the end of their degrees in style. But graduates like me are coming to the end of our overdrafts and switching to current accounts with tough rules on borrowing. Don’t get stung by high charges and … Continue reading

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