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Study abroad: Career Prospects

As a study abroad graduate, you have the opportunity to gain and sharpen valuable skills which employers seek in candidates, including confidence with new people and language skills. You may even choose to remain abroad to work. Find out about the sorts of careers which international graduates have gone on to, as well as tips for securing that dream job.

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Top 10 benefits of becoming a doctor

One of the most sought after and well-respected professions, medicine is highly competitive, but arguably worth the commitment. If you have an aptitude for science and a desire to care for others, you’ve come to the right place. Here, we’re going to explore why so many students around the world decide to pursue medicine, focusing solely on the benefits of becoming a doctor.   How to become a doctor In countries like the UK and Australia , you can study medicine

Careers for humanities graduates

Perhaps you’ve finished your humanities degree and need some advice on finding a job. Maybe you’re thinking of applying to study a humanities course but want to know about the employment prospects. No matter what stage you’re at right now, we’re going to show you what types of careers are available for a humanities graduate so that you can feel well-informed. Although you don’t have to know exactly which profession you’d like to end up in, it’s helpful to learn about the common career


The post-study landscape for international students

When evaluating your study abroad options you’ve likely spent some time analysing what post-study opportunities and work options exist in various destinations. We know that this can be a deciding factor in choosing where you end up studying. Whether it’s the professional and career prospects for your chosen area of study or the chance to gain valuable experience and spend more time in a country, it’s important to know what’s on offer. We’ve investigated some of the most popular


Online courses: Career enabling or not?

There has been some skepticism from students around the quality of teaching and degrees that are offered online. There’s critique around the perceived lack of social interaction, student experience and job prospects that such courses may provide. However, there are also many advantages to learning online, particularly with regards to employability.   In fact, 6.6 million students enrolled in online/distance learning courses in 2017 and this is only expected to grow in