Don’t know where to start with your subject choices? Whether it’s your first or last time selecting subjects the whole process can be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Researching your subject choices can even help you find out more about yourself and what you want to do in the future. If you already have a set career in mind then make an appointment with your careers advisor at school to help ensure that your choices suit this.
Feeling like you don’t have enough time to study? It’s normal to feel overwhelmed with exams gradually approaching, but becoming more organised will help you take control of your learning.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has opened their application process, and the organisation has outlined just what you need to do to become an astronaut.
After graduating in 2016, Polly Bartlett has quickly progressed in the world of TV. The STV entertainment reporter and social media lead spoke to Source about her career so far and the importance of work experience.
Love coming up with your own brunch creations or dream of the day you get to become your own boss? Laurie Macmillan has turned both into a reality. We speak to the Café Strange Brew founder about her path to owning multiple businesses and her favourite thing to make in the kitchen.
British Science Week kicked off on 6 March, giving you the perfect opportunity to learn more about the planet we call home. If you’re wondering about a career that can help make a difference to the climate, meteorology might be for you.
There are over 60,000 nursing professionals working in Scotland, each one delivering invaluable care to patients around the country. Two nurses explain why you should consider a dynamic career in nursing.
Apprenticeships are a great option if you’re not sure about your subjects for next year, or what you want to do when you leave school. From foundation to graduate, we’re bringing you the different types, so you can decide on the right next step for you.