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New student guide launched in an effort to help students navigate their mental health

New student guide launched in an effort to help students navigate their mental health, as they face continued uncertainty and economic instability even as lockdown eases Leading student health and well-being expert & GP Dr Dominique Thompson has t launched ‘Student well-being: a guide to building better mental health in university’ in partnership with student accommodation search engine Mystudenthalls.com, in an effort to help students navigate the increased pressures and uncertainties of university brought about by the pandemic. 

UK’s uni students earning as much as £500 per post on TikTok, as most popular student stars are revealed in first national ranking

New research from student accommodation search engine Mystudenthalls.com has found the students finding fame on popular social media platform @TikTok, whilst studying at UK universities. With TikTok influencers making anything from £150 to to a staggering £15,000 per branded video, students documenting university life could be using the social platform as a new way of making money as the popularity of the app has boomed during the pandemic.

The 25 best universities for cycling in the UK

Research released today (7 Aug) has officially named @EdinburghUni as the best in the UK for student cyclists, beating bike-famous @Cambridge_Uni - as students prepare to ditch public transport for social distancing in September.

Times Top 100 Graduate Employer to increase 2020 intake despite coronavirus uncertainty

Management consultancy Newton, ranked 19th in @TheTimes Top 100 list of graduate employers, is looking to take on up to 110 recruits as part of its annual graduate intake. In spite of growing concerns around the impact of the pandemic on the graduate job market, Newton will see a slight increase in intake from last year demonstrating its commitment to being a top graduate employer. 

Financial stress keeping UK students up at night, as one in five get less than 5 hours of sleep

New research released today has found that that over half (51%) of UK university students claim stress or anxiety to be the cause of sleep disturbance, with financial stress a leading cause (44%) - and 1 in 5 students getting fewer than 5 hours sleep each night.

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