A lot has happened in the past few months. I enjoyed the last few months of student life in Glasgow, sat my final exams and recently graduated with an honours degree in French and Russian. I spent 3 weeks in France in June, and am currently spending a month in Berlin. But the past couple… Read More Waking up post-Brexit
According to a recent study made by High Fliers Research, the number of graduate vacancies available to students may be at a high, but roles are increasingly left unfilled because students are becoming too picky to take them. In the annual Graduate Market study, which analyses graduate vacancies and starting salaries at the UK’s top… Read More Are university graduates too picky to get jobs?
Dundee is a great city, but not exactly a major tourist hub. This has its advantages for locals and visitors alike however, as there are still so many unexplored and unpretentious nooks and crannies in the city where you can take time out to relax in peace and quiet. Dundee, for me, is a really special… Read More Views of Dundee
It’s safe to say that it’s pretty rainy in Glasgow. Statistically, it rains between 170 – 200 days of the year here, which can feel like not many days left for sunshine. May is apparently the driest month, so bare that in mind when planning your holibobs to our lovely city if you don’t like… Read More Welcome to the great indoors
When talking about Dundee, some people might refer to the Scottish city by its unfortunate nickname, ‘Scumdee’. Others might retort by affirming a rather more positive sobriquet, ‘Fundee’ (Woo!). Some might immediately draw upon horror stories of a murky underworld of drug lords and teenage pregnancy. Others might draw upon proof of the city’s emerging contribution to… Read More O’ a’ the toons that I’ve been in, I dearly love Dundee