study tips

May
31

Top Tips To Stay Organised at University

Being a student is tough. Our schedules are constantly filled with classes and hours in the University library, and not to mention squeezing in a time slot to prepare meals. But that doesn’t mean we can’t be organised about it. Below are my 5 tips on how I stay sane with my mountain of workload […]

By Nerilie Duffey | Blog
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May
18

Tips for Coping with Exam Stress

Exam period is a very stressful time for students. Late nights studying, last minute cramming and living on a diet of M&Ms and toast (or is that just me J). But sometimes, it’s the little things that can make a huge difference to managing your exam stress levels. With exam period underway for High School […]

By Nerilie Duffey | Blog
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Jan
30

Why a supportive environment is critical to your Foundation course success

No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the continent, A part of the main. ________ John Donne, 1624   When John Donne wrote these lines back in 1624, he was expressing our common humanity, the fact that we are all connected to one another. Unfortunately, back in those […]

By Stephen Bruce | Blog
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Sep
30

Top Tips for Giving a Presentation

Our IFY students are currently working to prepare group presentations that they will give next week. We’ve got a lot of wonderful topics to look forward to – from the UN to Chemical Bonding – and our EAP teachers are reading up furiously so that they can ask lots of intelligent questions. Presentations and working […]

By Stephen Bruce | Blog
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Jul
20

IELTS Writing – part 1

Many students are required to sit an IELTS test in order to gain admission to University or College, including DIFC. This September, DIFC is launching a new IELTS with Academic Skills preparation programme, specifically targeted at students looking to progress to study their Masters, so I thought I might share a few tips about Part 1 of […]

By Stephen Bruce | Blog
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