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Graduate Diploma in Law - Explained

Just because you didn't study law at undergraduate level, that doesn't mean that you have to rule out the possibility of a career within the legal sector. These days many non-law graduates opt to p...

12th December 2013

Broadcasting Research: History and Media Archiving

Although the BBC's contribution to the development of radio is well documented, programme output from UK independent, or commercial radio (launched in 1973) can also provide an alternative view of ...

22nd July 2013

Business Psychology: Why do People Buy?

To be successful in business, it doesn't hurt to know a fair bit about how your potential consumers make decisions, and what can negatively or positively affect this process. As such, the crossover...

22nd July 2013

Agriculture Research: Swatting Out Diseases

The symptoms of sleeping sickness, or trypanosomiasis, vary according to the species of trypanosome and the host. In general, however, nagana is a chronic disease that makes cattle weak and unprodu...

22nd July 2013

Computing Science Research: Artificial Intelligence

Mention artificial intelligence and most people will probably think of Hollywood blockbusters such as I, Robot or AI, where advanced humanoid robots walk among us in a futuristic world. The reality...

22nd July 2013

Career Options for Postgraduate Business Students

The majority of business students who consider studying at postgraduate level do so in order to further their career opportunities. However, postgraduate study can be expensive and time consuming. ...

16th July 2013

Studying for a Postgraduate Course in Applied and Pure Science

The UK has a formidable reputation within the scientific sector on a global scale. Despite having only 1% of the world's population, it produces over 12% of all cited scientific papers. Since 1...

16th July 2013

Marine Biology Research: Coral Reefs

The issues surrounding climate change are more urgent now than perhaps ever before. Yet with so many of these issues being disseminated through a wide variety of channels, there is a danger that pe...

16th July 2013

What is Biometric Security?

Biometric security systems involve the identification or verification of individuals through either physical characteristics such as their face, iris and fingerprints, or through a behavioural char...

16th July 2013

Creativity and Copyright in Law

In today's world, famous names, works of art, films and literature all travel freely from individual to the next through digital media. While there are a great many benefits to this, for some, the ...

16th July 2013

Postgraduate Qualifications in Business

The business world is one which is highly competitive and many graduates opt to pursue careers within this sector. Of course, although it is not essential, often having a postgraduate qualification...

11th July 2013

Agriculture Research Areas

Agriculture is an industry where research and planning are essential to the continuity of sustainability. Although more famous for its tertiary sectors, the UK - and its universities - are research...

10th July 2013

Criminology in The Media

Over the past decade, criminology has become one of the most popular choices for students studying at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Professor McLaughlin and Dr Greer of City Universit...

10th July 2013

Studying a Postgraduate Course in The Creative Arts

A hotbed of creative talent, the UK has a worldwide reputation for producing original and successful artists, designers, photographers, performers and musicians. With almost 2 million people employ...

09th July 2013

Applying for a Postgraduate Degree: Things to Consider

Before you start to send off your applications for postgraduate study, there are a number of things that you will need to consider. As well costing money, any further qualifications such as a Maste...

18th August 2014

Law Conversion Courses: Becoming a Lawyer Without the Law Degree

There's no denying that law can be an exciting career for the right candidate. However, did you know that it isn't compulsory for the right candidate to already have a degree in law? Nowadays...

03rd June 2013

Securing a Legal Training Contract

Like all other industries, the legal profession has been hit dramatically by the recession and, unfortunately, it is those who have recently entered the field who are paying the price. There are mo...

03rd June 2013

MBA Study: The UK vs Abroad

There are a number of MBA courses offered throughout the UK, but these days many students look to study abroad when thinking of investing in a business-related postgraduate qualification. There ar...

03rd June 2013
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