Guides regarding studying are mostly aimed at first-year students who are just starting their life at the university. But what about those who are leaving their departments soon and will be going further into the world? How to deal with the last year? And more importantly - how to start an "adult" life?

Would you like to own an English language certificate, but you have no idea which exam you ought to take? IELTS (International Language Testing System), TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) or Cambridge English (including FCE, CAE, CPE)? What distinguish one from another and how much do they cost?

Why is working and studying at the same time beneficial? Working during studying is becoming more and more popular, not only among those who attend extramural classes. Part-time or odd jobs during studies are a great opportunity to gain valuable experience, which will be useful after graduation, even if it will not be a job in your field. Employers are always more favorable to the resume of a graduate who has even a little work experience. It’s so significant because it proves that the candidate knows how to work in a group, the principles of customer service and he or she acquired other soft skills. And that pays off in the future!

Is there anyone who thinks that lecturers are ideal people who don’t make any mistakes in their work? Whatever the answer is we present a list of "top 10 biggest mistakes made by lecturers"!

After dozens of sleepless nights, hair falling out due to the stress and a million questions to annoyed friends, have you finally decided to study two majors at the same time? The most important step is already behind you, but now get yourself prepared for a long run with obstacles that awaits you.