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Why You Should Stay in Your University Town Over the Summer

In addition to heading home over summer break, you should consider staying in your university town. You may be concerned that campus will be abandoned and all your friends will be gone — but this could not be further from the truth. There will be plenty of students around taking summer jobs, working at internships, and continuing to work part-time jobs. Yet others may decide to stay for some of the same reasons you should. Read more >

A Roundup of the Best Study Tips from Social Media

There are social media influencers for everything — and that includes for study advice. In fact, you can find some great study tips on social media, provided you know where to look. To save you time, we’ve compiled a list of all the best ones. This means you won’t be tempted to start scrolling through your feed when you should be studying! Read more >

7 Strategies to Help You Prep for Fi

Finals tend to be the most stressful time of the year for students. You need to demonstrate you’ve understood everything you learned over the semester and can apply it to a range of new situations. Tackling this momentous task may feel overwhelming, but acing your exams is actually just about being prepared. Read more >

A Guide to Taking Summer Classes

Summer classes can be a great option for some students, particularly if you want to gain a bit more credit before the end of the school year. However, taking classes over the summer will mean you miss out on other opportunities. Before coming to a decision, there are a few things you need to know about summer classes. Read more >

How to Save Money Between Semesters

Breaks between semesters are your chance to recover from classes, take time to relax, and catch up with friends. When you have less to do, it can be tempting to spend a little extra. However, it’s much better to use this time to find ways to earn and save money to pay for your necessities when you return to university. There are several ways you can do this. Read more >