Oct 17, Your Move

10 tips to become the best student saver!

Most students tend to have some money generated from a part-time paid job, completing small tasks for a friend or family member and from the bank of Mum and Dad. Surviving on a student budget can be a real challenge but with a clear spending and budget plan in place you will become the Student […]

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Oct 17, Your Move

The Black Hair Book (TBHB)

What is TBHB? TBHB is a website designed to help users find salons in London to style Afro hair. Users are encouraged to rate and review their experience at the salons and can find useful information about salons before making a hair appointment. Such handy information includes the opening hours, contact information, street view, and the […]

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Sept 17, Your Move

‘Your 2020 Project’ with abiolaola.com

ABIOLAOLA.COM is a personal finance platform to empower  first generation savers to take charge of their finances and to build a solid financial foundation for their future. This is also in conjunction with building knowledge about the biblical way of managing money  so that all savers experience great prosperity. My blog has three main areas […]

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Sept 17, Your Move

Making the right module choices at university

If you are studying for a degree in the UK, you might get the option of selecting your modules at some point during your University degree. Making module choices is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a university student, so it is important to think about this decision carefully So here are […]

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Sept 17, Your Move

Recruitment Agencies for BAME’s

Ron Shillingford, writing for the Powerlist Foundation, stated that: “The myth that black millennials only excel in sport and entertainment has always frustrated me immensely. The many negative stereotypes of black people have also been a great source of irritation. Occasionally we see a black millennial heralded in the mainstream media for academic or artistic […]

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Jul 17, Your Move

So, What’s Next?

I graduated from an BSc economics degree in July and since then whether I am talking to friends, family, acquaintances or even my doctor the question ‘So, what’s next?’ always seems to come up. Now this in itself is not a bad question, but when you are not too sure or have absolutely no idea […]

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Jun 17, Your Move

Do It Now Now Retail: Anti-Pop Review

I was fortunate enough to have been extended an invitation to Do it now now first retail anti-pop event, focused on connecting businesses in the black hair and beauty industry to the best in marketing, PR, branding and Funding professionals to assist them in learning what it takes to run a healthy, scalable and sustainable […]

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Jun 17, Your Move

Undergrad -> Postgrad

Many people decide to stay on for masters after they finish their undergraduate degrees because they think it will prolong the university experience and the timeframe until they have to start ‘adulting’ properly. However, for myself anyway, this has not been the case! My postgraduate life studying international law, ethics & politics has been very […]

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Jun 17, Your Move

Tips on your University of Oxford Masters Application

I recently got accepted into the Masters programme in Law at the University of Oxford (i.e. the Oxford BCL) and this post will be sharing major tips for anyone seeking an academic career at the University of Oxford.  The Oxford BCL is a world-renowned taught graduate course in law, designed to serve outstanding law students […]

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