HE student blog

Read the latest blog posts from higher education students on the Pearson Student Advisory Board.

  • Establishing an effective study routine

    You will now likely be well under way with studying online. The current situation has seen educators adapt quickly to structuring online courses and providing activities and resources to support their learners. 

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  • Engaging with your tutors and peers

    Engaging with your tutors and peers online

    In our first blog, we shared some advice for getting started with online learning. Many learners will be joining you in learning online in the coming days and weeks, as educators move to online-only teaching methods.

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  • Getting started with online learning

    Getting started with online learning

    Your university has announced it’s moving to online-only teaching, so what does that mean for you and how can you make the most of this change in how you will study?

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  • Revision - the prep and sweat for exams

    It’s that time of year again, where piles of books take over your bedroom, stress spots begin to show and late nights in the library are too frequent an occurrence - it’s exam time.

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  • Studying alternative subjects

    When deciding on a subject for their undergraduate degree, most students will continue to study something they started at school or college, like history or chemistry. 

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  • Top tips for student housing

    It’s that time of year again - the days are getting shorter, the air's getting colder, and the panic about securing housing for the next academic year is setting in. 

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  • Preparing for a work placement

    Being a second-year Business Management student on a four-year sandwich course, I'm all too familiar with the daunting feeling surrounding securing a work placement. 

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  • What does a BTEC Higher National mean to Students?

    In March 2017, Pearson Higher Education Qualifications announced the ‘BTEC Higher National student video competition’. The task was for students to submit a 30 second video answering: Real Skills. Real Experience. Real Qualifications. What does this mean to you?

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