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17
Nov

5 More Future Skills You Should Be Learning Now

The World Economic Forum (WEF) Future of Jobs Report 2020 highlights that 40% of employees will need to up-skill in the next five years. According to the report, 94% of business leaders will expect their employees to be actively building their skillset. Graduates need to be both technically skilled and emotionally astute to meet the demands of the rapidly evolving

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12
Nov

Interview with Camille Cadua, Outgoing President of the UBIS Student Council

This November, the UBIS Student Council elected new members and said goodbye to those who were stepping down. We asked outgoing Student Council President, Camille Cadua about her time in the role and what advice she would give to the new members. What was your role in the Student Council and what responsibilities did you have? My role as a

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10
Nov

5 Future Skills Employers Want You To Have

The way we work and the kind of jobs we do have been irrevocably changed by the events of 2020. According to the recently published Future of Jobs Report 2020 from the World Economic Forum, the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the rate at which the working landscape is changing. Not only are brand new job roles emerging but also the

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3
Nov

Study Skills Every Student Should Master

We all absorb, process and retain information differently. Figuring out what works for you is key to supporting your learning. Learning is a life-long skill and one that you should try to build on every day. As a student, having an arsenal of strong study skills at your disposal can not only help you succeed academically, but also in other

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27
Oct

Why Online Networking is Important for Students

You may think that building your professional network is something to consider at the end of your studies, or even after you have graduated. With the growth in online and blended learning, it may seem like networking is harder than ever. We disagree. Making social and professional contacts during your course of study can make you feel more invested in

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20
Oct

5 Reasons Why Online Learning is Great for Students

We know that starting a new course of study can be daunting at the best of times. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, deciding what’s next might feel more uncertain than ever. This is where online learning comes in. The idea of in-person study as the pinnacle of academic experiences is no longer helpful or accurate. Online learning provides

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16
Oct

How to Make Online Study Work for You

The way we study is changing and universities around the world are increasingly moving to online learning models. Many graduate students are discovering the benefits of studying online, with online degrees proving to be more flexible in terms of time and cost. If you’re thinking about choosing a digital programme of study, here are some tips on how to make

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