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What to Do if Your Learning Style is Not Catered For

Since the 1990s, when I was taking my art degree, I noticed how many English higher education establishments were very academic-centric. My various artistic friends attended free art colleges in London, Bristol and the south coast (Bishop’s Otter, Dartington etc) … Continue reading

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When Academic Courses Equip their Graduates with Business Sense

Whatever you are studying at degree level and beyond, the greater context has to be preparation for finding work or starting a business in your chosen sector. It seems that whatever you learn, showing people under the engine of the … Continue reading

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