Universities Minister challenged on Maintenance Loans, mental health funding and more

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, we spoke to the Universities Minister about the significant impact this year has had on students’ wellbeing, as well as their financial concerns.

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How to make a cheap home gym

Gym memberships are expensive – but we can help you get the same thing, except cheaper and in your house. So, come with us to dive into the world of

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How to make money from your parents

Doing tasks to help out your parents is a great way to say thanks for everything they do. And, it turns out, there are some easy things you can do

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How online tutoring prepares you for job interviews

University of Warwick Physics undergraduate James Gulliford explains how his tutoring experience could help him succeed in interviews Continue reading Did you miss our previous article… https://fasttracksuccessformula.com/?p=196 Wayne Brownfasttracksuccessformula.com

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5 ways to add work experience to your CV

Students often underestimate the value of experiences they have gained because they don’t feel it’s relevant. But all experience can enhance your CV Continue reading Did you miss our previous

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Using social media to boost your employability

Using social media effectively can develop your employability, helping you to be successful in the graduate job market. Yomi Olusunle, Branding and Communications Lead with Birmingham Global Shapers, explains how

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Why deciding to do a PhD was the right option for me

In this blog post Imogen Knox, a first year History PhD student, explores why a PhD was the right option for her and offers some advice for others considering a

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My experience with SPRINT and ‘talking tech’

Sprint is a personal development programme available to female students at the University of Warwick. Here Management student Sylvia Zeng, shares her experience and the impression the programme made on

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10 Important Money Lessons to Teach Your Child Before They Leave for College

  There are many things to guide your child through before they head off to college: helping them sign up for the right classes, ensuring they have everything they need

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I’m a Certified Financial Planner and Here’s How I Plan to Pay for College

With my oldest son starting high school next year, my wife and I have spent a lot of time thinking about the financial implications of paying for college while also

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