Student articles

  • Returning to university for the final year brings with it some mixed pressures - trying to retain some kind of social life amid final year project panics, all the while knowing at the end of it all you still have to get a job.
  • The film industry, like many other industries, has changed considerably over the last few years. Justin Richards interviews Ross Boyask, director of Left for Dead, Pure Vengeance, Fixers and Ten Dead Men on how digitalisation has proved benificial to the low budget end of the movie industry.
  • 45 per cent of techies do not believe IT industry has adapted to flexible working according to theitjobboard.
  • With the labour market changing rapidly flexible working is become more acceptable to business. Ken Sheridan reports on how this trend could benefit graduates.
  • When it comes to carving out a career in IT your education will have huge bearing on your success. Gary Argent, UK recruitment operations manager at Logica explains why hard science subjects stand many in good stead.
  • As a follow-up to his interview with Troma head honcho Lloyd Kaufman, Justin Richards was able to gain exclusive access to Troma Productions film editor Travis Campbell, to find out how the web is affecting filmmaking from a more technical standpoint.
  • According to recent figures from Ofcom, the communications regulator, British adults are more frequent users of social networking sites than any of their European counterparts.
  • Valuable as it may be, a PRINCE2 qualification is not the only thing you'll need if you're going to succeed in project management.
  • With Christmas around the corner, a large majority of shoppers will no doubt turn to the internet to buy gifts for loved ones.
  • Roy Shepherd, product development, BCS, provides advice on what you can do to ensure your development doesn't end when you leave university.