Students are not known for being fussy when it comes to alcohol, usually the cheapest or most alcoholic goes and if it can be mixed into a snakebite or the infamous dirty pint then even better. However discussion on The Student Room has found that some are more educated about their favourite tipple than you might think.
In a first for a community of this size the world’s largest student site has announced plans to take students from all over the country on a trip to The Alpes. It’s not everyday that a web community gets together for a holiday but members are excited about the
This week The Student Room sent out the first issue of it’s new monthly newsletter, the TSR TIMES, to around 600,000 registered members.
Despite current economic pressures, students still represent a lucrative market for buying the latest products. They may be managing their finances, in some cases for the first time, but research shows that often balancing their budget is not done at the expense of missing out on the latest fashions and gadgets.
A report on NMA earlier this week highlighted the fact that the majority of those in the UK do not want to engage with brands via social media so I thought I’d take a look at the research we did with the IAB to see if this rings true for the youth audience too.
Students are more likely to recommend studying History and English Literature A Levels, over Government & Politics or Classical Civilisation for a Law degree, according to student opinions on The Student Room.
With a new tuition fee structure coming in to place in 2012, Student Finance England and The Student Room have teamed up to provide students with a central Student Finance hub of information about the new tuition fees, costs of going to uni, available funding and
Although most students think that internships should be paid, some fear that enforcing this by law could do more harm than good.
Teenagers may be disinterested in working in growth sectors, but as many graduates continue to face slow, if any, progress in securing any employment let alone their career of choice, it is more crucial now than ever to provide careers guidance that is not just aspirational but practical.
According to a uSwitch Poll, only 5% of people think university education is worth the fees. However on The Student Room the trend towards university education is that it is still worth it, despite the rise in tuition fees.