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5 reasons to choose Nottingham for your degree

With so many different universities and great locations to study, it’s a tough decision to make when it comes to choosing where you want to spend your next 3+ years.

How to learn a language

People learn languages for all sorts of reasons; you may need to improve your language skills for work, you might have a partner with a different native language, you might have bought a holiday home in another country, you may wish to learn a language to stave off age related mental decline or you might just think it sounds like fun.

Dealing with being single and feeling lonely

Dealing with being single and feeling lonely

When you are single, it can feel like every other person in the world is in a happy and loving relationship. When you live on your own, it can seem like you are the most isolated person imaginable.

Effective time management tips for writing a dissertation

Writing a dissertation is without a doubt the hardest part of a university course. It can feel never ending and is a stressful experience even if you enjoy academic writing and your course.

New jewellery trends from the same-sex marriage industry

Civil partnerships in the UK have declined by 85% since 2013 following the legalisation of same-sex marriage.

Keeping your employees satisfied - the latest research

Adults spend most of their waking hours in the workplace. Different to a couple of decades ago, many employees do not want to simply go to work, complete their tasks and return home.

The ethical diamonds market continues its growth

The ethical diamonds market continues its growth

Diamond necklaces, drop earrings, sparkling engagement rings, and exquisite wedding bands are always satisfying and exciting gifts to receive.

What you should look for when buying cremation jewelry?

What you should look for when buying cremation jewelry?

Cremation jewelry is an asset that keeps you close to your loved ones even after their departure. When a loved one dies, they leave numerous memories as keepsakes.

TV Soaps switch the nation on to mortality

Co-op Funeralcare has revealed that more than half of Brits (54%) admit to avoiding difficult conversations, with almost a third (31%) struggling to talk about death.

‘College funds’ worth tens of thousands now “essential” for children from middle-income families

Aspirant parents who want their children to go to university may need to start building a ‘college fund’ now or their child may not be able to afford a university education, according to NFU Mutual.

Gender gap prevails in the classroom

Gender gap prevails in the classroom

While gender stereotypes continue to be challenged both inside the boardroom as well as in the home, it seems that in the classroom, pupils still follow the gender divide.

There's no one quite like Grandma

Twice as many UK grandparents are providing regular financial support to their adult grandchildren when compared to those children’s parents (13% vs. 7% of parents), according to new research from customer-owned financial services company, OneFamily.

9 things you can hire to make your event stand out

9 things you can hire to make your event stand out

Whether the event you are planning to hold is a modest birthday party, a touching wedding, a straight-laced business meeting or something else, discerning how to make it stand out could prove a struggle.

Dating gets more fun as you grow older, say loved-up Brits

Dating gets more fun as you grow older, say loved-up Brits

Researchers found looking for love when you are more mature and worldly-wise is far less stressful than courting during your 20s and 30s.

Nurseries to offer 30-hours free childcare

Nurseries to offer 30-hours free childcare

Nurseries in the South West have announced plans for offering parents 30 hours of free childcare per week, in line with a new government scheme.