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How to write a good essay?

As a student, there were probably many times where you’ve had to hand in a paper or essay for university. Especially during these times, when we have to do a lot of self-studying at home. For some people this might be a challenging task to do, especially as we have to write this in a […]

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Easy baking recipes 

During these days at home, we have all the time we need to develop ourselves into master bakers. No doubt that some of you already tried to make banana bread. Besides some of you will already have quite some experience in baking, but there are definitely people without any experience. Here follow some other amazing, […]

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GDP – Impact of Coronavirus on this year’s Graduates Development Program

As the coronavirus pandemic reaches all corners of the world, the near future becomes increasingly unclear. With quarantine restrictions and other regulations in place to keep the virus from spreading too fast, their impact on all future plans and activities is massive. In our case, these precautionary measures and regulations have a large impact on […]

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Entrepreneur Story • SCRIBBR

On February 6th, 2020, we visited the headquarters of a company called Scribbr. This organization, in a nutshell, offers you a service where they proofread and edit your thesis, check your work for plagiarism and generate your reference list. This company has become more popular over the years, focusing on helping students. We visited the […]

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Writing your thesis • Tips & Tricks

Since most of us are stuck at home now, it’s the perfect opportunity to start writing on your thesis. Woohoo! Or… not. While some might enjoy the process, most will not look forward to it. We hope that these three tips and tricks will get you through. Get the ball rolling By now, you should […]

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Stuck at home? These 10 tips will get you through!

Normally we’d all be fighting and studying for next week’s exams, but the Coronavirus has turned the world upside down and it is important to avoid social contacts. We suddenly have a lot more time because most work, studies, and appointments can’t go on anymore. Are you bored, now that the VU, restaurants, cafes and […]

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Time to wake up • Caffeine and Studying

Most students swear by it, some people can’t go without it, and it’s most expensive when it comes to cat poop. Are you ready? Grab a cup of coffee and sit tight, as this blog is all about caffeine and how you can use it during your studies! What exactly is caffeine? Caffeine is a […]

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Cheap and simple dishes for you to cook!

Since figuring out what to cook can be hard for students, we thought it would be helpful to write a blog about easy-to-make and cheaply-prepared dishes. Read on to find 5 amazing dishes that perfectly fit this profile.  Mexican stew with rice This tasty Mexican casserole dish is prepared with corn, minced meat, Mexican vegetables, […]

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Let’s go to Katjeskelder

On the 4th of March, our young Graduates Development team went on their very first functional weekend in Breda. After weeks of meetings at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, this was the first time we would meet in a new setting. Within this weekend we got the chance to work on the brainstorm and develop our […]

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GDP • Events Announcement

Aureus GDP drink at Woody’s • April 8th One of the monthly Aureus committee drinks will be dedicated to the GDP. All friends, family, colleagues and everyone else who wants to support our cause or just wants to have a fun night is welcome. GDP Benefit Gala • April 24th The Benefit Event is the […]

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