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The Importance of Budgeting as a Student

Written by: Jeffry Jones at 20 Jan 2014           

Amidst all the revelry, independence and excitement (complemented, in an ideal world, by some studying) that is synonymous with student life, it’s easy to get carried away. The world is at your feet, the student union may as well be at your door and, perhaps most importantly, the student loan is, allowing for any Student Finance-related error, in your bank account.

Student loan day has become something of an institution in the calendar of students nationwide; though not quite on a par with a bank holiday, the payment – often reaching £3000 – invariably culminates in purchases not quite tallying with the collective student’s actual income. Whether it’s a night out, a lavish new television or, as in the case of a friend of mine from my university days, a deluge of DVD boxsets, it’s practically a given that you are bound to make some ostentatious buys quite incongruous with the squalor of your surroundings.
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Get Scared And Get Productive On This Friday The 13th

Written by: admin at 11 Sep 2013         

That’s why we are going to be giving away 20% (!) discounts for a limited time of 13 minutes during Friday the 13th, at 1:13 PM. Read further for more info on the promotion!

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Saving Money On Books: Where To Buy And When

Written by: admin at 29 Aug 2013                   

Buying books for college is the single most hated thing after doing homework. Even though the process itself is fine, and some people even enjoy it to a great extent, the problem is that books are expensive. You really need to make good use of your time and money to not become victim of publishers’ predatory pricing.

Publishers are companies, and their goal number one is to make money. You would expect academic publishers to charge less, since they are supposed to be more understanding towards college students’ needs. However
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Tips for International Students Applying to US Business Schools: How to Not Get Rejected?

Written by: admin at 01 Aug 2013         

It’s Still The Stone Age

Whether you are going for an MBA or a Master’s degree, what matters most is which category of people the admissions team going to put you in. Believe it or not, race and ethnic background still play a huge role in university admissions. With decades of apartheid and holocaust, we are still not done with racial slur and discrimination. If you are an international student and you really want to get into a top business school, you have to play your cards smart and make your background look diverse and new instead of foreign and unemployable. Read more »

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