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Navigating your early twenties isn’t easy. If you’re lucky enough to be starting out on your third decade you’re likely filled with energy and ambition …

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Yaseen Abdulrahiman is an alumni of EU’s online campus. At the time of writing Yaseen was about to transition from a role as a Senior Consultant at msg Global Solutions, …

Finding employment and feeling hopeful for your career while navigating the change and uncertainty brought about by coronavirus is challenging. It was a great …

As coronavirus continues to spread throughout the globe, businesses and students are wading through the crisis with grit, determination and a healthy dose of innovation.  At …

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Cover letters, which are attached to the front of resumes and CVs, are essential for making a positive first impression. Many employers will filter …

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EU Business School student Andrea Monique Fisk is originally from Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, but lives in Seattle, Washington, in the USA. With a busy job as a Financial Analyst for …

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Reading is the simplest way to acquire knowledge. Many business magnates and world leaders have waxed lyrical about the power of reading and the role it has played …

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Coronavirus has impacted students just as much as any other group. Arguably, students are among the most impacted.  If you’re currently an undergraduate, your time at …

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After completing their undergraduate degree, many new graduates face the next big challenge in their educational path: deciding whether or not to continue their …

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Originally from Amritsar, India, famed for its rich cultural heritage, Pankaj Goel was already living and working in Basel, Switzerland, when he decided to return …