graduate

The Concept Of The ‘Sad Grad’

University can be the best three or four years of your life. You meet new people, experience new places, immerse yourself in uni culture and managed to scrape together a degree, which promises a life full of prosperity, opportunities and happiness. But now you're in the 'real ...

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15 Mistakes You’re Allowed To Make In Your Twenties

Your twenties are arguably the biggest chunk of time in which you make (and learn from) a multitude of mistakes. From spiritual awakenings to loneliness to learning that hangovers do get worse with age, there are plenty of mistakes you're allowed to make in your twenties. This ...

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The Quarter Life Crisis and Not Having A Plan

When I was younger, 23 seemed like the sort of age where you would start to have things figured out. I would be thinking about mortgages, making progress in my career, brunching with my girlfriends and our dogs. In reality, 23 is living at home with my parents, in an entry level ...

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Making The Most of Your Final Year at University

Many of you will soon be returning back to university after a (hopefully) very relaxing Christmas break. The dread will soon kick in, the panic about graduate life will start and you will realise it’s all coming to an end sooner than you would like it to.  The period from January ...

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11 Things I Wish I Knew About University Before I Started

It’s that time of year again when everyone starts to think about heading off to University. Whether you are an eager fresher bursting with excitement, or an anxious second year struggling for ideas for your dissertation, I hope that this article helps in some way. Now that I ...

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