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Hayley Blakelock writing for The Daily Touch couldn’t have summed up third year any better. ‘No one can deny that uni is stressful at times, but when you get to third year it’s a completely different ball game. You’d do anything to be that naive fresher you once were, partying and not having a care in the …

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The Rice at Home team are dedicated to sharing financial information that will create a new generation of financially intelligent millennials. Students are not an exception! Whether you are a first year or final year, you deserve a platform dedicated to helping you become financially free. Students, you are in the perfect position (ignoring inevitable …

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  Exam season is coming up; whilst it is important to study hard it is also important that you take care of yourself. It’s tempting to pull all nighters, and use black coffee to fuel your brain, but staying healthy is what will help you get through this exam season. Not taking care of you …

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Being a university student in my third year, I’ve always known how to manage my money by spending wisely, but sometimes as I’m sure you have also I’ve found myself broke. However, thankfully with the help of my mum I have managed to stay debt free. Its a horrifying thing, having to rely on my …

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  The real work has only just begun. Settling into University after fresher’s week & enrolment, can feel a little uncomfortable and daunting. You start to realise that you don’t know where any of your classes are, and you can’t grasp your head around your timetable. You might have even looked at the reading list …

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‘Record numbers of students are beginning university this term, making the big emotional step of a new independent life, with many living away from home for the first time.’ according to a September 2015 report from BBC news education correspondent Sean Coughlan. ‘But there are warnings of rising numbers of students struggling to cope with life on campus, with sharp …

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  What I learnt from writing a dissertation Quality of quantity Just because someone’s written over 9,000 words and you have just a little under 9,000 words it doesn’t mean that your dissertation is crap. It’s better to write a good piece of work than ramble on about nothing to meet the requirement mark. It truly is quality …

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      What did you go to university for again? Oh, yeah… To get a degree. As simple as it sounds many people actually forget this. The parties seem to be the priority for many these days. It’s so important to keep this at the forefront of your mind so that no drama, breakup …

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