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What can I do after studying an interior design degree?

15, Sep , 2016
Claire Payne

The creative and technical skills you acquire while studying BA Interior Design will leave you fully prepared for a variety of roles across the industry.

If you’re debating whether to study interior design at university, or nearing the end of your interior design course already, you may be wondering what your options are. Here are just some of the careers and educational paths you could consider pursuing after graduation.

Should you consider postgraduate study?

21, Jul , 2016
Claire Payne

While studying for your undergraduate degree, there will likely come a time when you think about postgraduate education and consider whether it’s a wise ‘next step’ for you in terms of your career.

Although a master’s degree isn’t for everyone, it’s a good idea to carry out some research and think about how it could benefit your future before you brush off the idea of postgraduate study due to cost or the time it would take to complete the course.

Top 5 tips for delivering a presentation

20, Jun , 2016
Claire Payne

A lot of university courses have at least one module that requires you to deliver a presentation to an audience, be it small or large. The experience can be incredibly nerve-wracking but presentation skills are an absolute must when you’re in the run-up to the start of your career.

If you’re due to give a presentation and you’re wondering where to begin, here are our top five tips for planning and delivery.

How to create an impressive portfolio

25, Apr , 2016
Claire Payne

When it comes to creating a portfolio, there’s quite a lot of freedom to present it however you like. Where a CV is best kept simple and professional, a portfolio has more scope to reflect your personality and can be much more creative, if you want it to be.

Everything you need to know about referencing

19, Apr , 2016
Alice Fisher

Referencing is an important part of university assignments; if you fail to credit quotes and ideas to the people they belong to, you may end up failing a module.

Here, we tell you everything you need to know about referencing, with mention of the most commonly used referencing system: Harvard.

Why Study Public Relations?

20, Jan , 2016
Claire Payne

Whether it’s a small, independent business or a multinational corporation, every company needs a reliable public relations (PR) department. PR plays a vital role in maintaining a company’s reputation, and insuring that it is viewed positively by the public.

History of Branding

17, Dec , 2015
Erin O'Neill

Branding is the act of creating a unique name or image for a product. This serves to distinguish the product in the marketplace, leaves a distinct impression in buyers’ minds and attracts potential new customers. Whilst most people will associate the branding process with relatively modern concepts, its origins date back many thousands of years.

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