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Students E-Newsletter - February 2017
‘Overlearning’ can help you pass exams

Studying for hours on end is the way to pass exams as you get to know the subject comprehensively. But instead of turning your attention to something else at this point you should study the subject even more!

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New IAB seminar announced!

The IAB has arranged the first in a series of seminars for 2017.  The seminar will cover topics including: Making Tax Digital, automatic enrolment, and much more!

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Europe’s largest Business Exhibition returns to the ExCeL!

Europe’s biggest and best free business exhibition is back on 17th & 18th May at ExCeL London.

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Apprenticeships: changes are imminent

Big changes are coming, and being an apprentice may mean something very different in the future, particularly from May 2017.

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Don’t use ‘buzzwords’ on your CV

When it comes to getting a job interview your CV is a powerful tool – but does yours contain lots of ‘buzzwords’?

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Top accounting firm bans CV to boost diversification

A radical experiment to recruit more trainees from working-class backgrounds by banning CVs and any details of qualifications appears to have been a success.

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Call for wider skills and greater diversity

Aspiring finance leaders need to go beyond traditional number crunching and develop new skills if they want to climb the corporate ladder.

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International - France, Germany, Italy urge rethink of foreign investment in EU

France, Germany and Italy have asked the European Commission to rethink rules on foreign investment into the European Union amid concerns that technological know-how is leaking abroad, the three countries said in a joint letter obtained by Reuters. The economy ministers of France and Germany and Italy's industry minister voiced concern that a growing number of non-EU investors were buying up European technologies for the strategic objectives of their home country.

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