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Hey everyone, since I have left school and college, I haven't made the chance to go out and find new friends, and I'm hoping to create new friendships on this site, I haven't made luck on any others, I also want to help answer your questions.
Feel free to message me and have a great day.
Joined in June but finally got around to using it properly today! Mainly using it to see who might be applying to the same university courses as me and to get general advice about university.
Never hurts to get a head start!
I'm not a native English speaker, I'm from India. Reading more and more, and referring to a dictionary whenever you have doubts helps. You should never stop the process of learning. Good luck!
My problem is not reading, but i would like to be in contact with english native speakers to develop my oral capacities.
I'm Becky. i joined so could have discussions with guys about embryology stuff. it's pretty heavy.
could someone tell me which forum to direct my questions to?
I joined yesterday and just wanted to say hello..
I am here to know about the job opportunities here in UK for international students. which companies provide sponsorship and which are recruiting right now..Also, What they are actually looking for in the graduate recruits?
I am doing MSc in International Business Management from the Napier University.
Before coming here, I was an Assistant Manager at a bank in India for 2 years..
Before that, I have done my MBA in Finance and Banking (From India).
I have had a very bad luck in recruitment. Is it because I have experience or this is my second Masters that they don't want to recruit me and they just need the fresh graduates? I am really confused..
Anyway Hi! I was hoping for some advice on colleges/apprenticeships in early years...
I've used the The Student Room forums for at least the past 4 years when I've been looking for answers to questions about universities and study options. Although now that I'm actually applying to study at university in 2016, I thought it might be fun and really helpful to actually join. So hell
I'm a slightly more mature student at 23, having studied at college first and subsequently taking time out to work, but I'm more than ready to continue my studies. I look forward to meeting you all!
Plus it seems like a really nice place to share information about the whole university process.