Student Life

A Graduates Guide to Effective Job Hunting – Part 1

By | June 28th, 2015|Student Life, Working Life|

As a dyslexic graduate, for the first time you may be facing the unique difficulties, dilemmas and demands that dyslexic job hunting entails. Leaving the relatively nurturing environment of university and stepping into a world where [...]

Exceptional Individuals

By | June 5th, 2015|Help and Advice, Student Life, Working Life|

Over the next couple of month’s 1000’s of students will find themselves on the job market for the very first time. The first full-time position most will find themselves in is job hunting itself. After a [...]

A Survival Guide for Dyslexic Students

By | March 10th, 2015|Help and Advice, Student Life|

Higher education can be an incredibly edifying and enriching experience. However an environment designed to push you to reach your full potential will ultimately present many students with challenges. Dyslexics students in particular, may find  they [...]

It’s easier to be the bad kid than the dumb kid

By | September 26th, 2014|Student Life|

When in class and finding it difficult to follow a lesson, we often have two choices. Make it known that we are having trouble and face the stigma that comes with such a confession. Or we [...]

New portfolio site by Adobe showcases dyslexic design

By | July 28th, 2014|Student Life|

Behance is a great place to see what up and coming designers are getting up to. While browsing the site, I came across this awesome set of t-shirt and poster designs that expresses what it can [...]

Dyslexic Simulation Opens Teachers’ Eyes

By | July 18th, 2014|News and Views, Student Life|

Very interesting to see how "lexics" cope when put in a classroom situation under dyslexic conditions. If you like this post subscribe to this blog, join our newsletter or follow us on Facebook or Twitter to [...]

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