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Psychology careers – analyse this

Elinor Moore interviewed Amy Loveridge to find out why she wants to study psychology. Amy Loveridge is busy studying media, psychology and biology at A-level and is hoping to go on to study for a degree in psychology at university. “It’s the study of behaviour and our identity – what makes us who we are – that I find so ... Read More »

Engineering careers – essential engineering

If you’re thinking about a career in construction engineering there are plenty of ways to go about it, including academic, vocational and apprenticeship routes. Civil engineering lies at the heart of just about everything that we do – from accessing clean, running water to getting about on our road and rail systems.  It‘s a multi-billion pound industry which employs 1,500 ... Read More »


Kieren Gallear aka DELS talks to Moving On about his career and the creative freedom he gets from taking art and music and making them his own. Kieren Gallear aka DELS is an astonishingly multi-talented rapper, visual artist and director who has a unique, holistic approach to his work, fusing visual imagery with music in a way that leads the ... Read More »

UCAS – useful UCAS info

All you need to know about UCAS, the tariff points versus grades systems and key dates for applying to go to uni in 2015… UCAS is the body responsible for managing students’ applications to higher education courses in the UK. They process over two million applications for full time, undergraduate courses every year. Tariff points When you look at a ... Read More »

Jobs for school leavers in the food and drink industry

Ever wondered how a Spanish orange ends up in your fruit bowl or how food manufacturers manage to make every pizza taste as good as the last? Here we provide information and advice on jobs, apprenticeships and degree courses for school leavers in the food and drink manufacturing industry. BY EMILY FROST The Food and Drink Federation (FDF) and the ... Read More »

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