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Working in film development: Tessa Inkelaar
Tessa Inkelaar is a development producer, helping film-makers get their projects off the ground. She's applied the same principle to her career and has gone from...
Sell yourself: a cover letter guide for beginners
Your cover letter isn't just there to wrap your CV in, so use the space wisely. Hilary Freeman shares her tips on getting started.
Choices at 16: what next?
From apprenticeships to A-levels, check out our guide to the options out there and ideas on how to make the right choice for you.
Choices at 14: choosing your options
Your career may seem a distant idea, but the subjects you study now can affect your future direction. Check out our guide to choosing your options.
Accredited courses explained
Course content and teaching quality aren't the only things to consider when choosing a course. Find out how professional accreditation can make a difference.
Starting Out: Creating your own wild place
Melanie brings her conservation message to the shop.
Student life: freshers’ fair
Peter considers the delights of freshers’ fair from the other side of the desk.
Connell Guides Essay Prize now open for entries
Calling English Literature sixth-form students! Win £500 and have your work read by writer Philip Pullman.
Cheeky tips: 10 weird ways to beat interview nerves
Could squeezing your buttocks or reciting a nursery rhyme help you beat interview nerves? Here are some more unusual ways to keep calm under pressure.