It’s a proud day for any parent when their child receives their A-Level results and finds out that they have secured a place on their dream course at university. Your child’s degree is the stepping stone to their future, their gateway to permanent employment, and, most importantly, a life-affirming experience that any hard-working young adult has a right to.Share
Monthly Archives: August 2018
Just before you finish for summer, your uni knowledge will be put to the test in a controlled environment. That’s right: we’re talking about exam season. There’s no asking your mates for help, and there’s definitely no flicking to the back of a textbook to find the answers. Because of this, good preparation is the key to getting through the busy exam period.
There are a few things that you can do to make sure you get the grades that you want, and knowing what to do and when to do it will put you in a good position to sail through those tricky months.Share
9 Reasons to Study in Cardiff
Choosing where you want to spend the next few years of your life is a big decision. You have to find a university that has the course that you want to study, and it needs to be a place where you actually want to live. If you’re struggling to choose somewhere, let us give you a bit of inspiration with these nine reasons to study in Cardiff.
- The Amazing Choice of Unis That’s right: Cardiff has not one, not two, but three different universities that cover a wide range of topics. Whether you want to study a vocational degree or an academic one, your course will be on offer in one of these amazing institutions. All based in the city centre, you’ll never be too far from the action that the Welsh capital has on offer.
- You Get to Experience City LifeWhether you’re used to living in a big city or not, Cardiff will offer you a completely different experience. There’s a reason why 31,000 students choose to call Cardiff home throughout their studies each year – with loads going on and amazing landmarks around every corner, you will be studying in the heart of all things Welsh. Read the rest of this article