Journalism is dying, with experienced editors and journalists losing their jobs and well-qualified entrants struggling to get a foot in the door… Or at least, that’s the idea journalism students might pick up from reading industry news and blogs. A report from Press Gazette on labour force figures suggests a surge in journalist numbers from 57,000 in 2007 […]


7 Reasons Why Spain is the Best Destination to Study Hospitality Management

Sponsored by University College of Hospitality Management Sant Pol de Mar Home to a sunny climate, friendly locals, miles of golden coastline, and iconic Mediterranean cuisine, it’s no wonder Spain is becoming an increasingly popular study destination with almost 50,000 students flocking to the country in 2018. Read on to discover seven reasons why you should […]


Where Can You Study Abroad for Free?

While university fees continue to rise in many parts of the world, some of you might be thinking that getting a recognized degree qualification, either in your home country or abroad, is simply impossible without having a four- or five-figure budget at your disposal, or without obtaining a scholarship. You’ll be pleased to hear that […]

Arts & Culture

Boys! DANCE 19

Royal Academy of Dance About the Course Boys take centre stage in Adelaide for the Royal Academy of Dance’s Boys DANCE 19 RAD Australia invites boys to join their global Project B movement in a weekend of dance in Adelaide RAD raises the barre with more male role models including Principal Ballet Dancer Matthew Lawrence […]


6 Tips and Career Options for Aspiring Journalists

January 15, 2019 in Communications The old media institutions of television and newspaper have seen their once-loyal audiences fractured by the Internet, and the job market for newsroom-based positions has declined. What does today’s journalist need to know? How can students earning a journalism degreeprepare themselves for what’s to come? It’s a mix of new skills and traditional […]