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NUS President Shakira Martin – University Is Not For Everyone

Shakira Martin, President of the National Union of Students welcomes you to the Results Day Guide and reminds you that you have plenty of options. Results day is fast approaching and many of you may experience a range of different feelings; from excitement, nervousness, fear and even anger. The thought of your future relying on the grades marked on a ... Read More »

Three Cutting Edge Careers in IT

Careers in IT

Student writer, Mel Snow helps us out by investigating three cutting edge careers in IT. Cutting edge career in IT one – application developer If you want to showcase your creativity within an IT based career, a job as an application developer may be for you. They work with clients to develop programmes or applications, for example mobile apps, office ... Read More »

Technicians Keep Industry Going – Discover 4 Technician Roles


  Whether it’s process, mechanical, electrical, chemical or software or engineering, technicians keep industry going.   The food and drink industry is the largest engineering and manufacturing sector in the UK and other industries like aerospace are growing. When you think about a career in engineering or manufacturing you might automatically think about getting a degree and becoming a professional engineer, forgetting ... Read More »

First Degree Apprentices Graduate Today

degree apprentices graduate

Today, 17 July, the first degree apprentices graduate from Aston University. A partnership between Aston University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science, and Capgemini, a global consulting, technology and outsourcing company resulted in a unique programme which revolutionises the way young people develop high level skills through apprenticeships, offering them the chance to gain a degree whilst employed in industry, with their tuition ... Read More »

Top 5 Tips For Future Graphic Designers

Graphic Designers

Tom is a graphic designer working in a busy marketing department. We asked him for his top 5 tips for future graphic designers. I was lucky enough to know that I wanted to be a graphic designer from school age. At university, my course had different pathways that you could choose from. I chose advertising instead of illustration, motion design, ... Read More »

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