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Structured Procrastination

October 12, 2012

Procrastination: the plague on self-discipline. We all do it. We all know we do it. And we all know we shouldn’t do it. And yet, we have a hard time not doing it. What is it that makes us so prone to postponement? John Perry, philosophy professor and[...]
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News for Social Care Studies Courses

September 21, 2012

For those of you enrolled in any of our Social Care Studies courses, we have some exciting news for you. We have partnered with the Social Care Association (SCA) to bring you a fantastic professional opportunity. Whenever you successfully complete your[...]
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Policy Updates

August 23, 2012

From time to time, Stonebridge Colleges update our policies, terms and conditions to adjust to changing demands. We endeavour to keep our students informed of any such updates, in order to keep the channels of communication open and transparent between[...]
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Nerd Alert

July 5, 2012

Hey gang. So, I have a confession to make. I am a complete nerd. I stayed in school for 23 years of my life, the latter 10 of those years being entirely by choice. And I’m thinking of studying again! While I don’t love writing essays or taking exams,[...]
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Stonebridge Spotlight – Teaching Assistant Courses

June 18, 2012

Because we have such a varied student based from all around the world and one of the best Distance Learning Colleges around, we have quite a back catalogue of courses in so many different categories. This can therefore lead to several courses being missed[...]
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A Lost Generation?

March 1, 2012

The number of young people not in education, training or work has risen to a record level in England. Official figures for the third quarter of this year say there were 1,163,000 people aged from 16 to 24 not in education, employment or training (NEET)[...]
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Stonebridge College: how to spot a “scam” college

January 31, 2012
How to spot a scam college. Laptop sitting on a bed

Recognised qualifications Over the last few years we have all become accustomed to tightening our belts and watching what we spend. The current state of the economy has filtered down to the average household and there are now very few of us who can afford[...]
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