A term abroad: teaching US-style
How do teaching styles compare between the UK and US?
By Srimathi Aiyer - October 9th, 2014
Alternatives to open days
Can't make it to an open day? Here are some other ways to get a feel for a university.
By Bright Knowledge - October 8th, 2014
Fee waivers explained
Find out how fee waivers work, and why you should usually take a bursary instead if you are given the choice.
By Bright Knowledge - October 1st, 2014
Student life: freshers’ fair
Peter considers the delights of freshers' fair from the other side of the desk.
By Peter Johnson - September 30th, 2014
How do lectures work?
When you think of university teaching, you probably think of lectures - but how exactly do they work?
By Bright Knowledge - September 24th, 2014
New Enterprise Allowance explained
The New Enterprise Allowance (NEA) offers up to £65 a week to start a business if you're on certain benefits.
By Bright Knowledge - September 19th, 2014
Student finance: Appeals and complaints
Find out what you can do if something goes wrong with your student finance and it's not your fault.
By Bright Knowledge - September 12th, 2014
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.
By Robin Kermode - September 12th, 2014
What to do if you don’t know what career you want
Lots of people don't know where to start when it comes to finding a career. Find out how to take your first steps.
By Bright Knowledge - September 4th, 2014
A term abroad: finding your feet
Srimathi starts her term in the US.
By Srimathi Aiyer - September 2nd, 2014