Happy 50th birthday to the Open University

Yesterday (23 April), the Open University (OU) celebrated its 50th birthday. Celebrities and graduates have been sending birthday messages across social media, to commemorate the day.

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Scottish Apprenticeship Week: What is an apprenticeship?

Happy Scottish Apprenticeship Week (4 – 8 March)! This week we’re talking all things, you guessed it, apprenticeships. But, what is an apprenticeship?

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Get ahead in nursing at UWS

UWS is the largest provider of nursing and midwifery education in Scotland; their graduates and staff are making an immense contribution to improving the health of the nation and are also making their mark across the world to improve health and wellbeing internationally.

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Career Advice: Study renewable energy in Orkney

Wishing to re-train from Oil and Gas? Find a career in the renewables sector and travel to the beautiful island of Orkney to study renewables!

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BAFTA want to help you start a career in film, TV or games

Ever dreamed of developing games, directing the next big thing after Game of Thrones is over (we’re not crying, you’re crying) or editing movies? BAFTA Scotland wants to help. 

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The mantra of Bring Me The Horizon

Rising like a phoenix from the ashes of screamo and entering the charts with a new sound, Bring Me the Horizon have their sights set high. Saskia Harper caught up with drummer, Mat Nicholls, during a break from their latest headline tour to chat about the new album and his love of Irn-Bru.

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Discovering an alternative route to employment

As you come to the end of your time at school there can be a lot of pressure to go to university or college, but taking an alternative route to a career can be just as effective.

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Have you considered a career in nursing?

If you are caring and love to help others, but enjoy a challenge, then nursing could be the perfect career for you.

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Calling all young journalists: Empire magazine wants you

The editor-in-chief of film and entertainment magazine, Empire, has put a call-out on Twitter for budding young journalists to sign up for a mentorship scheme, in order to gain work experience.

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