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Five Films That Will Get You In The Mood To Study This October

October 4, 2018
cosy night on the sofa

September just passed and October feels like the right month for setting goals, organising your time, diving into assignments and study time. For students, October has the feel of a fresh start; be it a new course, a new degree, or a new skill. But this[...]
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The 4 Study Skills Every Learner Needs

January 5, 2018
Student studying on the table

Motivating yourself as an adult learner is different to being at school or university. You might be more focused, but you’re more likely to be juggling family life and a full-time job. At Stonebridge, we tap into the ambition that we know[...]
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Are you on the mind diet?

July 18, 2016
Mind diet. Blueberries and strawberries in a bowl

Nutrition is something that we all know we should be focusing on, but it’s usually our last priority. Keeping an eye on what you eat is about more than just watching your weight. Your diet can have a huge impact on your energy and concentration[...]
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Tips for Distance Learning

January 21, 2015
tips for distance learning

Distance learning has never been easier, with so many online courses to choose from. Studying at home is a great alternative to sitting in a cold classroom after spending a day at the office, or looking after the children, you just go to your study area[...]
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New Year Resolutions

January 22, 2013

Happy New Year Stonebridge readers! I do hope each and every one of you had a wonderful holiday wherever you are in the world. Did you make any New Year’s resolutions? Perhaps a renewed commitment to complete your course or to begin a new one? How[...]
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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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Josie’s Top Ten Study Tips

July 20, 2012

Studying doesn’t come naturally to everyone and not everyone has the same quality time or energy to spend on it. While some of you may be masters of studying, others of you may need a bit more encouragement or assistance. So, to help you out a bit,[...]
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New Job Market is Tougher Than Ever!

March 7, 2012

With the news that the more and more University Graduates are taking any job going at the moment it shows that there is a real fight for every job. In 2011 it was estimated that for every Graduate Job had up to 80 applicants. Considering that there were[...]
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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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What’s the best way to write an Essay / Report?

February 28, 2012

We have all done it, starting with a blank page of paper knowing we have X amount of time to write an essay or report of a significant length and getting started is the hardest point. This is very true for this blog post. Therefore I asked around the[...]
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