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  • Mathematical strategy

    Mathematical strategy

    Via The Tribune : From ecological modeling to electromagnetic theory, from robotics to meteorology, areas of investigation in Applied Mathematics are diverse Usha Albuquerque Mathematics isn’t just about crunching numbers, but is used to solve problems in possibly every work environment. Mathematics is utilised in almost every discipline of science, engineering, technology and industry. In today’s data-driven world there are new application areas for mathematics being discovered every day and established techniques are being applied in […]

  • Millennials face always changing job market

    Millennials face always changing job market

    Via Boston Globe : The labor market is as bright as it has been in years for young workers, whether recent college graduates looking to break into their first job or those a few years removed from campus advancing to their next one. But as millennials, born roughly from 1981 to 1996, climb the career ladder, they will have to contend with an employment market different than the one their parents negotiated, requiring a blend of […]

  • Top ten universities in the UK

    Top ten universities in the UK

    Via The Week : UK’s ‘stand-out’ year in world rankings comes amid warnings about funding cuts and overseas students The UK was the “stand-out performer” in this year’s Times Higher Education World University Rankings, according to its editor Phil Baty. With 32 institutions in the top 200 worldwide, the UK was second only to the US, as all top ten UK institutions, with the exception of Manchester, saw their rankings rise from last year. Oxford was […]

  • University of Queensland scores in top 100 of Times Higher Education World University Rankings

    University of Queensland scores in top 100 of Times Higher Education World University Rankings

    Via The Courier Mail : THE University of Queensland has been recognised as the best university in the state in rankings released today, with calls for more support for higher education. The university was ranked 60th, the only Queensland university to be recognised in the top 100 of the newly released Times Higher Education World University Rankings, up five spots from last year. Queensland University of Technology, Griffith University and James Cook University were ranked 251-300. […]

  • Why choose a career in the health care field

    Why choose a career in the health care field

    Via Examiner : When it comes to choosing the best career for you, maybe working in the health care field is your best option. There are so many career choices available for everyone but working in the health care field could be a good option for anyone who likes to care for people. Here are a few good reasons to choose a career in the health care field. Work that interests you Perhaps one of the […]

  • University rankings: UK ‘a stand-out performer’

    University rankings: UK ‘a stand-out performer’

    Via BBC : The UK has 34 universities in the Times Higher Education ranking of the world’s top 200 institutions. Oxford climbs to second place, while Cambridge and Imperial College London also make the top 10 in fourth and eighth places respectively. Keeping the top spot for the fifth consecutive year is the California Institute of Technology in the US. Europe has a record number of universities in the world top 200, with 105 compared to […]

  • University Lecturers Share Their Grade-Boosting Revision Tips For Exams

    University Lecturers Share Their Grade-Boosting Revision Tips For Exams

    Via Huffington Post : Last year, nearly 83.4% of UK University students who looked for help and guidance before exams indicated that they suffered from mental stress. Inadequate preparation (55%), inability to go through an overwhelming amount of information (32%), and poor revision techniques or other personal reasons (13%) led to such stress. So how should you revise? PhD Tutors, a global education consultancy, have pulled together tips, advice and strategies from lecturers so you can […]

  • Australia’s ‘best’ universities named

    Australia’s ‘best’ universities named

    Via The New Daily : Australia has placed strongly in the global university rankings, but the government must inject more funding to maintain high performance and research outputs to continue the trend, ranking officials said. The 2015-16 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, released on Thursday (AEST), showed Australia was the seventh most represented country out of 70 surveyed, with eight institutions in the top 200 and 22 in the top 400. But the rankings editor […]

  • Top 7 revision tips that will help you ace exams

    Top 7 revision tips that will help you ace exams

    Via Leicester Mercury : It’s that time of year again, when many students go into panic hibernation. To those revising, this may seem like a dark and endless time, but trust me it’ll be over before you know it. Here are a few tips on how to keep your head above water from someone who went through revision hell and came out alive. 7. Resist the urge to cram Take it from experience, an all-nighter doesn’t […]

  • UCAS applications 2016: Top tips

    UCAS applications 2016: Top tips

    Via Wakafield Express : The application window for the 2016 cycle is now open which can mean only one thing. Thousands of students across the UK will now start to think seriously about applying to start university next year and their all-important UCAS application form. Although the main UCAS January 15 deadline is sometime away – now is a great time to start researching to make sure you’re on the front foot and fully prepared for […]