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The tech items you should invest in for university

Deciding what and not to take to university can be tricky, and many students end up bringing too much – and spending too much in the process.

The best online workouts you can do at home

Keeping fit and healthy doesn’t always mean hitting the gym or strapping on your running shoes.

10 fun ideas for virtual hangouts

As a student, you’ll spend a fair amount of your downtime connecting with friends and family over video chat.

5 social games you can play when staying in-in is the new going out-out

We have all tried to keep on top of our studies recently, whether that’s by creating new daily routines, to-do lists or joining online lectures, but we could all do with a little break now and then and it’s especially important to stay social & connected (virtually) at the moment.   

9 Ways to Earn Money as a Student

  It goes without saying that university is a pricey undertaking.

5 tips to set you up for study at home

Now that lectures have moved online, students all over the world have had to quickly adapt to studying at home. We all love a home day every now and again, but like everything, it has its perks, as well as its pitfalls. With so many distractions, procrastination is always lurking, so it’s very easy to get off track.

Parents’ Guide: How to prepare your teenager for university

Before they make the next step in their higher education journey, it’s a good idea to make sure they’re equipped with essential skills for when term starts.

Tips for personalising your room at university

For many of you, your student accommodation will be the first place you’ve lived since your parents’ place, so it’s vital it feels like home.