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  • Explore by reading before pursuing new career

    Explore by reading before pursuing new career

    Via Herald-Tribune : Q: I am not content with the status quo and keep changing my mind on careers. I’ve read about becoming a life coach and that it is a good time for getting into the business. I haven’t pursued it because the one person I know who became a […]

  • How to get over a breakup, according to science

    How to get over a breakup, according to science

    Via The Daily Dot : How to get over a breakup, according to science There are few universal truths on which we, as humans, can agree upon: The USB cable is always upside down on the first try, everyone poops, and breakups suck. Fortunately, you can apply science to fix the […]

  • What will an extra £4.7 billion do for UK science and innovation?

    What will an extra £4.7 billion do for UK science and innovation?

    Via The Guardian : What will an extra £4.7 billion do for UK science and innovation? An unexpected autumn statement windfall for research, innovation and industrial strategy has given scientists their first bit of cheer for a while The research community hasn’t had much to smile about in recent months. Faced […]

  • The top universities for technology jobs at banks in the UK

    The top universities for technology jobs at banks in the UK

    Via E Financial Careers : When banks in the UK want students for their technology analyst programmes in the UK, where do they turn? Not, seemingly, to exactly the same universities they recruit their front office analysts from. An analysis of the top universities for technology jobs at banks in the […]

  • Trinity joins Oxford and Cambridge in European college network

    Trinity joins Oxford and Cambridge in European college network

    Via The Irish Times : 23-strong League of European Research Universities is major player at EU level Trinity College Dublin has become the first Irish university to join a leading network of European research-intensive colleges which includes Oxford and Cambridge. The development is a timely boost for the higher education sector […]

  • Bolstering elite student sport

    Bolstering elite student sport

    Via Otago Daily Times : The development of a New Zealand university student-athlete commission will bolster the quality of elite student sport, its chairwoman says. University of Otago economics student and University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand student-athlete commission chairwoman Naomi Ireland (24) said the commission was established following the International […]

  • UNSW a big winner in latest Australian Research Council funding round

    UNSW a big winner in latest Australian Research Council funding round

    Via The Sydney Morning Herald : The University of NSW has been awarded $47.8 million to fund 120 research projects in the latest Australian Research Council funding round announced on Tuesday. Four other universities in Sydney combined – Macquarie, Sydney, University of Technology and Western Sydney – received $56.6 million, just […]

  • 4 Rising Stars of Australian Education

    4 Rising Stars of Australian Education

    Via Latin  Correspondent : The number of students studying abroad has been on an upward trajectory over the last five years, with Australia having increasing amounts of international students and study abroad programs at higher education level worldwide. This has also lead to an increase in people looking to work and […]

  • UCD to lead €4m European effort to tackle mental health issues using tech

    UCD to lead €4m European effort to tackle mental health issues using tech

    Via Silicon Republic : University College Dublin (UCD) has been chosen to lead a new €4m European network to develop new technologies for the betterment of mental health services for young people. The new UCD-led network will be called Team (technology-enabled mental health for young people) and is funded by the […]