The Ministry of Education has recently released the results of 2013 Graduate Employment Survey. The lists below are ranked by their gross monthly salaries and employ-ability and can be extremely useful for fresh graduates looking for their first full-time job as well as prospective undergraduates who are deciding on a course or specialization.
Let’s face it, more often then not, studying is not something we want to do. It’s tough but if you want to get somewhere, you have to put the work in. Hopefully just like when you were having your field camp or when you’re at the gym and your instructor shouts at you to keep the pressure on, these quotes will provide you the boost you need to get whatever you need to done.
Having a tablet with you in university can often feel Godsent as it saves you the trouble of having to carry thick stacks of notes and your textbooks especially if you just need them for a quick reference. However keeping your tablet constantly updated with all your school files throughout the semester can be a hassle.
It’s the end of another grueling semester and a bitter sweet 2013. Like many of you, I sit back and look back on how far I have come since last year often asking myself “Have I achieved what I intended to in 2013?
Procrastination. It’s something that we students have grown to become especially good at. While at times it can at times be harmless and unavoidable there just some moments when we really need to buckle down and focus! Here are a few tips and tools that you can use to improve your productivity.