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UCAS Clearing: Six (rather harsh) Choices to Make

The A-level results day is looming.  Most students will be very happy with the news. Those who won’t achieve the required grades, they will have to take some decisions.  As George Clooney’s character Chris Kelvin (the protagonist of the sci-fi … Continue reading

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‘b4iapply to college: the great little guide to success’

The ebook ‘b4iapply to college: the great little guide to success‘ is a must-read for applicants who plan to study in the United States of America. This book wants to inspire you to take control of your future. To be successful … Continue reading

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The book ‘b4iapply to uni’ is now available in more countries

Acting upon the request from the readers of this blog, the English version of the book ‘b4iapply to uni: the 4-step manual to success’ is NOW AVAILABLE on Amazon Kindle in the following countries: France Germany Greece Bulgaria Cyprus Ireland … Continue reading

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5 Harsh Realities about Higher Education

Although you are a firm believer of the benefits higher education can offer, you are at the same time cautious about what advice to give to teenagers (especially your kids, nephews, nieces, God-children). The reason is that you are aware … Continue reading

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What are you prepared to lose to get a university degree?

You read correctly. “What are you prepared to lose to get a university degree?” I was at a convention last week where hundreds of students had the opportunity to talk to representatives of various universities. I talked to a number … Continue reading

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