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Term assessments are a key component in higher education in the UK. An assessment usually consists of several patterns including presentation, group work, essays and exams etc. Whilst native students are accustomed to them, international students, especially non-European students may struggle over this period of study. Among all the assessment types, essays are often regarded as the most difficult.

Battle of Britain Day – 15th September

By 1940 Germany had taken over most of Europe, Britain was the only country in Europe Hitler had left to concur. Britain had turned down several surrendering offers from Hitler, so he decided to push the situation by forming what was to become known as ‘The Battle of Britain’. After France surrendered to Germany, it was Hitlers opportunity to fight for ...

DUNKIRK – how the beach has changed since 1945

The French beach ‘Dunkirk’ is right next to Calais. In 1945 It was a target the Germans used to take over England during WW2 and to get to England the Germans had to push their way through Paris. One the Germans reached the beach it was bombed for months as wel as German soldiers attaching the British, American and Canadian ...

The seven best sights to see in London

There are so many things to do and see in the amazing City of London. Unfortunately as the list would be endless we can’t name them all, but we can however provide you with a list of seven of the best sights to see when you find yourself in the capital! ZSL LONDON ZOO ZSL London zoo is located just ...

The Essence of Cosmopolitanism :: The Timeless Principles Behind Worldly Sophistication

When was the last time you felt like you were a cultured participant in the larger world? Has it been awhile since you felt edgy and sophisticated? Or maybe even just intellectually stimulated? As humans we stumble back and forth between exploration and safety, and more often than not it is simply easier to remain within our safety zones, especially when stressors are added, such as being overwhelmed at work or struggling with family issues. We set aside one of our greatest opportunities, to sharpen our minds and connect with the various cultures of the world, almost without thought because we lose faith that we are capable of change.

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I’m telling you now; you can be the cosmopolitan figure you admire. Here are six fundamental changes you can make this summer that will cultivate a mentality of worldly sophistication and intellectual vibrancy.



First is first! If you want to be cultured, you need to be around culture. You need to seek it out! No matter where you live, I assure you, someone is doing s

Jamie Oliver Hosts ‘Food Revolution’ Day With Celebrity Guests.

”Every child deserves the right food to thrive” was Jamie Oliver’s slogan as he held the ‘Food Revolution‘ Day on Friday last after recently launching the campaign. Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, MBE, has long been an advocate for embracing fresh food and a balanced, nourishing diet. Childhood obesity is on an ever increasing rise in the UK and Jamie believes education ...

5 cities to visit other than London whilst studying in the UK.

Studying abroad is a great way of mixing business with pleasure. You get to study and travel at the same time, what could be better? It’s fun, it’s new and it’s refreshing, so make the most of it. The UK is more than one city, London is the capital and full of amazing sites, but don’t let that stop you ...

Cheryl receives The Global Gift Philanthropist Award at the Global Gift Gala.

On Monday evening in Paris, Cheryl attended the Global Gift Gala where she received the Global Gift Philanthropist Award for her work with ‘Cheryl’s Trust.’ Cheryl said upon receiving the honourable award ”I am honoured to be this year’s recipient of the Global Gift Gala Philanthropist Award. I’m proud of where I grew up but I’m only too aware of the ...

Antibiotic Resistance ‘Bigger Threat Than Cancer?’

Antibiotic resistance is absolutely storming current news with a bold statement by UK Chancellor George Osborne that ‘antibiotic resistance will become “an even greater threat to mankind than cancer” without global action. Osborne warns delegates at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) meeting in Washington that there will be an “enormous economic cost” posed by increasing antibiotic resistance by 2050. Cumulative reports of elevated morbidity, mortality ...

3rd Year – A Retrospective

Throughout secondary school, my mind was filled with expectations about university. Everybody I know who had been to university was keen to inform me as to exactly how it should be experienced, everything you can do, what’s good and bad about it. As I arrived for my first day in September 2013, expectation was stitched into my clothes. Looking back ...

Spotlight: Investigative Journalism At Its Brightest

The purpose of investigative journalism is to expose the very foundations that institutions we believe in stand upon. The journey of such journalism is to find a story not just worth writing about but also to correct the scandalous actions of those who believe their position to be omnipotent. Nothing paints this image better than the Spotlight team at Boston Globe ...

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