Elspeth Brown
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Elspeth Brown is the Director of Only Student Concierge, the UK’s first ever student concierge service. This high-end service provides students with everything from arranging accommodation to restocking the fridge, leaving students free to focus on what’s important – their studies and having fun. Elspeth is also an award-winning PA, having arranged the lives of some the UK’s most prominent businessmen for many years.

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Don't Let Homesickness Get the Better of You When Studying Abroad

(0) Comments | Posted 29 October 2012 | (15:40)

Moving abroad to study is one of the most exciting things you can do while a student. Being in a new country, meeting new people and experiencing new cultures and traditions is an exhilarating experience.

Of course, even the hardiest of students will struggle to avoid bouts of homesickness at...

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Modern Day Technology: Your Direct Line to the World

(0) Comments | Posted 23 October 2012 | (11:19)

WHILE there is a certain old-fashioned nostalgia about receiving a letter from a loved one in the post, for generation X (Y and Z) there's nothing quite as quick as texting, tweeting and emailing - technology is definitely our lifeline to the world.

And when it comes to studying, living,...

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UK'S Poor Customer Service is Biggest Bugbear for International Students

(3) Comments | Posted 15 October 2012 | (11:48)

Every year thousands of international students arrive on British soil ready to embark on what is, for most, an exciting rite of passage.

Studying abroad is a massive learning experience for those who are brave enough to take up the challenge. It should be a year to remember for...

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Why Studying Abroad is One of the Best Things You Can Do for Your Career...

(7) Comments | Posted 1 October 2012 | (01:00)

This is a tough time for graduates: the job market is struggling and recent figures from the Office of National Statistics have shown that one in three graduates is currently employed in a low skilled job.

"At least they've got a job" - many will say, but what about those...

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