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What do you want to be when you grow up? And what goes wrong afterwards.

What do you want to be when you grow up? We have all been asked this question and we ask the same one to all little kids we meet. The answers can be wildly different; from doctor to actor, from lawyer to … Continue reading

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Link education with career. Make yourself employable.

Before you apply for a university degree, choose carefully what to study and link your education with specific career options. The WRONG reasons to study a subject at University are: It’s one of my A-levels and I do ok It’s a very … Continue reading

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4+1 ways to find your strengths

Imagine you have a job where your strengths are used. Would you be good at it? YES Would you be successful? YES Would you enjoy it? YES Then, why the majority of us don’t take these into consideration when we choose what … Continue reading

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What to study? First things first

What to study? It is a very simple question. The decision making process  though can be quite complex if you think that there are more than 1,000 separate subjects and over 18,000 Joint and combined Honours courses in the UK. I’d … Continue reading

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What to study? 4 ways to find out what you love doing

There are many factors to take into consideration in order to decide what to study at university; interests, skills, entry requirements, salary expectations after graduation, etc. The most important of all though is that you study a subject that will … Continue reading

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