UCAS lend a helping hand

There’s no denying leaving high school can be a daunting process – what are you supposed to do next? If you’re freaking out, never fear, because UCAS have launched a series of online courses to help you figure it all out. The free online courses – for teachers, advisors, parents and pupils – will guide […]

Best fictional teachers

You have your favourites and the ones you can’t really be bothered with – we’re talking teachers. Today (5 October) is the day to celebrate all teachers because it’s World Teacher’s Day. 🎓 Don’t worry, we know school might not be your go to place for fun and games. Instead we’re going to celebrate the […]

Study Vibes Playlist

It’s exam time again! We know you’ll be itching to get the summer holidays started and revel in the sun, get to the festivals and generally chill out after a hard semester or slaving away at work. But before all that, revision. Don’t worry we’ve got ya covered with our study vibes playlist to help you […]

St Andrews named Scotland’s top university

The University of St Andrews has been named Scotland’s top university by the Complete University Guide. The University of St Andrews has been ranked best in the UK for teaching in the @guardiannews University Guide 2015 #standrews #teaching #research #education #university #ranking A photo posted by University of St Andrews (@uniofstandrews) on Jun 3, 2014 at […]

Exam results: don’t panic!

Exam season is a mix of stress, study notes and the desperate hope that it all pays off – and if you got your results today to find you haven’t done as well as you were expecting, it can feel really disheartening. Giving up can be tempting, but instead, pick yourself up and confidently search all […]

Scots teenager makes it sweet as Nestlé’s first female apprentice

A Scottish teenager has made history by becoming the first female engineering apprentice at Nestlé’s Girvan factory. Lucy McGeorge, 18, is following in the footsteps of her grandfather, Ronnie McCrindle, who was one of the first engineers to open up the confectionary giant’s chocolate factory in 1979. McGeorge, from South Ayrshire, has completed her Performing […]

Job Profile : Interpreter

If you enjoy trying your hand – or mouth – at new languages, or you just have that “je ne sais quoi”, then interpreting might be the kind of job you’d excel in. We caught up with Natalia Prio, a Spanish conference interpreter and translator who lives in Madrid, about the ins and outs of […]