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Universifree? Freelance your way through Uni!

Are you looking for ways to pay for those looming, monstrously massive University fees? Maybe you’re just feeling like, between the full-time uni, part-time volunteer work and unpaid internships, there’s not nearly enough time (or money!) left for social blowouts.

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Crash cash course

If you’re trying to make a real go of it in the freelancing world, then don’t be disheartened just because you’re the new kid on the block. It may well feel like it, but getting your first client isn’t impossible and doesn’t have to take forever. So don’t give up the hustle before you even try it! We’ve put together a few quick tips to help you embark on the self-employed route.

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Budget for 'nomad's' land

Every good story starts with a journey to somewhere. As ironic as his name's implication, I am sure Homer would have agreed. Simply settling down into a samey? daily routine bores you? perhaps it's time to let your sails down and start another chapter of your story…

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10 unusual jobs

It is not uncommon in today's job market for the professional to have dabbled in a variety of jobs. Let's face it, if a job offer is feasible enough and comes with the right fee attached to it, we all would consider adding it to our repertoire.

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Movie-making on a shoestring budget

Filmmaking is no longer an art savoured for the few. With low-cost and high quality equipment available, even your iPhone can help your cause nowadays, as digital technology has made film-making an accessible dream for those of us with ambitions to produce. Impressive feature-length movies are being shot on the tiniest of budgets, supported by crowdfunding and embraced by audiences and critics alike.

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Star user: Photographer Sara Shamsavari

Sara Shamsavari is a photographer who works around the World. She talks with us about her symbolist style and her project "Dastaar- fitting in and staning out", which is inspired by the idea of transforming prejudice and misunderstanding in to something new and beautiful.

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