Friday, December 11, 2015
 
 
That which we call a turkey by any other name would taste as sweet In celebration of festive season, the highly trained owls in our research department have yet again struck gold with a little known and lesser known observation regarding the origin of the humble turkey.
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Thursday, December 10, 2015
 
 
1) You might well be imagining yourself strolling along the banks of the Seine in Paris or taking in a show at the Zurich Opera House, but it might be worth considering that you’ll get a hell of a lot more for your money by taking in the many awe inspiring sights of countries where the cost of living is far lower. Countries in Asia, Southern and Central America and Eastern Europe all boast beautiful cities, stunning natural scenery and rich cultural history (not to mention 6 of the 7 wonders of the world), and all at a fraction of the cost.
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Wednesday, December 9, 2015
 
 
Productivity is the bane of studying, and doing so at home is littered with disastrous distractions. Luckily the Royal Festival Hall, the British Library and the Barbican all offer free facilities including Wi-Fi and power sockets far removed from games consoles and sitcom re-runs. Whether you’re genuinely working or just rewording your slightly embellished work placement experience on LinkedIn, you’re going to be more productive than if you were sat in your home-wear-only clothes watching season 10 of friends (again).
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Tuesday, December 8, 2015
 
 
DuoLingo Whether you’re taking a gap year in Peru, studying in Paris or just particularly conscious that your CV might make you seem uncultured with just a GCSE in French under the languages tab, picking up a second language is a whole lot easier with the DuoLingo app.
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Monday, December 7, 2015
 
 
The evolution of application technology has revolutionised the way in which we communicate, but that’s not all. Be it Apple or Android, the app has come to change the face of everything from entertainment to navigation, and not least the way we study. With that in mind here is a handful of our top picks for essential student apps.
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Friday, December 4, 2015
 
 
With university fees across the UK spiralling, the opportunity to save a potential £30,000 by studying for free is one that seems unrealistically favourable. So what if we were to tell you that the world’s top universities offer a range of courses completely free of charge online? Whether it’s Machine Learning at Stanford University, Roman Architecture at Yale University, or an Introduction to Philosophy at the University of Edinburgh, accredited courses from the elite academic institutions around the globe are completely within reach.
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Thursday, December 3, 2015
 
 
With emojis now the fastest growing language in the UK (hard to imagine but check out our previous article to find out more), it’s about time we had a rundown of just what they are and how much you can actually do with them.
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Wednesday, December 2, 2015
 
 
Thinking of picking up a second language? Perhaps you’ve heard for the 17th time that we should be picking up Chinese in order to avoided becoming redundant in the world market. Well according to Professor Vyv Evans of Linguistics at Bangor University, it’s incredibly likely that you’re already practising and using the UK’s fastest growing language on a daily basis, whether it’ll help you out in a job interview however is something else.
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Tuesday, December 1, 2015
 
 
We get asked a lot about Micro and Nano SIMs, so here’s a breakdown of just what they are, why you’d need one over the other and how, with Lycamobile to switch from one to the other.
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