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Studying On a Shoestring — 5 Thrifty Tips

College is costly — there’s no doubt about it. By the time you’ve shelled out for course fees and accommodation, there’s little left for anything except cup noodles, energy drinks and mozzarella sticks. However, sometimes sage advice on saving cash spreads through the halls of academe and whispers in the ears of students who don’t […]

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5 Hot Industries with Certifications You Earn in Under a Year

People generally understand that building a high-paying career can be tough without a degree, but the astronomical costs of higher education mean getting that degree could add up to tens of thousands of dollars in student loan debt. The two ends of the spectrum—no degree and no debt versus a college degree and decades of […]

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5 Myths About Going To College Debunked

Every year, more students head off for college to begin a new chapter in their lives and learn something new. Of course, there are many myths that are associated with going to college that often put people off going or make them nervous about starting their freshman year. The good news is that a lot […]

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How to Get Alternative Funding for College

Lots of people dream about going to college from an early age to pursue a topic they are passionate about. While many are lucky to have enough savings to pay for their whole way through, others may not experience the same luck. In fact, there is an increasing number of college students who are searching […]

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How Newly-Graduated Teachers Mold Young Minds

Teachers have big jobs on their plates. Teachers who have just graduated often are particularly bright-eyed. They long to shape the children of tomorrow. They long to make lasting differences for the citizens of the world. Helping youthful minds shine is always a big priority for ambitious and driven teachers. They encourage them to shine […]

5 Tips for Setting up Your New College Apartment

Going to college is always a very exciting time. When you are moving to college, one of the most exciting parts comes when you are setting up your first college apartment. When you are ready to move into your first college apartment, there are a variety of tips that you should follow to ensure it […]

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7 Tips for Financing Your First Year in College

Getting ready for your first year of college? The fall semester is a rather exciting time for college freshmen who will be navigating through campuses and living independently from parents for the first time. This means that college freshmen will not only have to worry about maintaining focus on goals in college, they will also […]

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SL Account Management: Your Trusted Student Loan Specialist

At SL account, we understand how stressful student loans can be for both undergraduate and postgraduate scholars. Luckily, with the right information and support, managing a student loan debt can be a whole lot easier. SL account management has put in place a performance-based system that puts clients’ needs first as they further their education. […]