Solutions and Advice

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Deep Danish Depression: Advice studying abroad.

Studying Abroad: Like you know, this blog is based on helping people find solutions and alternatives to getting into heavy student debt. One solution I mentioned was to go abroad. Which was actually the advice I took myself. I’m now studying in Europe and so far its been soo many things. First things to take … Continue reading

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“Save £25,000 at university and join the ‘tuition fee refugees'”

A good website too find bachelor/master and post grad degrees abroad is: http://www.bachelorsportal.eu/ You can also find some in English Welcome to the £9,000 tuition fee refugees. The number of British students applying to Dublin’s Trinity College has jumped by 20% to nearly 2,000 this year. At University College Dublin (UCD), applications from students with … Continue reading

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Description Three year engineering apprenticeships for either Track, Signalling, Electrification & Plant, Telecoms and Overhead Line. First year is based at Royal Navy base in Portsmouth. Second and Third years will be based at chosen delivery units. Applicants must have 4 GCSEs or equivalent (A* to C) and must include Maths, English and one Science. … Continue reading

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Vacancy from Employer Reference: Please include job reference number in email. SOC Code: 4150 Wage £3.90 PER HOUR Hours MONDAY TO FRIDAY Location LONDON SE1 Duration Permanent Date posted 06 February 2012 Closing date 29 February 2012 Pension details No details held Description This is an Apprenticeship. Handling claims made against household and motor insurance … Continue reading

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“Why Cambridge sixth-formers are considering going Dutch”

STUDENTS from Cambridge are turning their backs on British universities to study overseas – in an attempt to avoid a predicted £50,000 of debt 
created by rising tuition fees. Original article Related article: http://www.varsity.co.uk/lifestyle/3805 Foreign universities have seen a hike in British applicants as students look to dodge the £9,000-a-year university tuition fees being introduced … Continue reading

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“Skip Navigation Links Don’t risk letting your child’s degree get you in debt”

” Getting into debt is as much a part of university life as lectures and drinking games – which means that, behind the scenes, parents may also have to stretch their budgets to help see their children through college. Student living costs have risen by almost twice the rate of inflation over the past six … Continue reading

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Tuition free: Universities Abroad

I have previously stated that there are universities that you can find that are tuition free. As they are slowly getting rid of that it is vital that people interested do their homework now! Learning another language is a must though. GERMAN is important. It is a useful language, not the prettiest but there are … Continue reading

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“Paying Off Student Loans (www.studentloans.gov)”

“Student loans are a must have for anyone that is looking to attend a good university in the United States and they are often quite high at the moment. Even the loans that have a low interest rate will leave you in a high amount of debt by the time your university study is over … Continue reading

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“Vauxhall re-introduce apprenticeships at Ellesmere Port”

“Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant has re-introduced its apprenticeship programme as production increases. Vauxhall had ceased its apprentice intake in 2008. The Sector Skills Council for Science, Engineering and Manufacturing Technologies (Semta) has warned car manufacturers faced a skills gap as existing engineers retire. The industry body said more than £1 billion has been invested in … Continue reading

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“Employers shift graduate recruitment focus to school leavers”

“Employers are increasingly targeting school leavers as part of their graduate recruitment strategy, but they must be sure of the business case for doing so, panellists agreed at the Association of Graduate Recruiters conference yesterday. Anne-Marie Martin, president of AGCAS, the Association of Graduate Career Advisory Services, told the event in Wales that employers should … Continue reading

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