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by Posted 17 December, 2020

Building the career of your dreams doesn’t come without hard work. Jobseekers can no longer sit back and wait for opportunities to fall at their feet. As the ever-changing world of work brings new developments, both digitally and professionally, humans will have to differentiate themselves in whatever way they can to keep up with a vastly competitive market.


That being said, here are a couple of things you can do to ensure you make yourself indispensable and in so doing, build the career of your dreams.


Never stop marketing yourself

Focus on the different ways you can showcase your abilities and strengths. Nowadays there are so many platforms available, particularly social media. Once you’ve built an audience, ensure that you keep posting high-value content that highlights your skills and abilities. Believe in your talents, take initiative, add value and get your audience to share your content with others. There’s nothing better than someone spotting your talent and signing you up to do the next TED Talk!


Lifelong learning

Obviously, a solid foundation in formal education is key, but, there’s nothing more important than lifelong learning and continuous improvement. Keep up with the latest technological/digital innovations and trends by reading or studying. There are thousands of online courses which you can find on Udemy or LinkedIn Learning, and some are even free!


Confidence to get what you want

You need to have a positive attitude and the confidence to go out and get what you want.

There’s a saying that goes, “if you don’t ask, you don’t get”. So ask – ask as much as you can. This is also about being in the right place at the right time. Make yourself available for opportunities, don’t sit back and wait, get out there, network and make it happen!




by Posted 27 October, 2020

Deciding where to stay while studying in the UK can leave you feeling overwhelmed, but don’t fret, every year students face similar worries and fears. Whether you are considering a student hall or have your sights set on private accommodation, there are a few things to consider. 

 Student halls or halls of residence are provided by the universities. They are large buildings often divided into individual flats where you may have the option of taking a single room or sharing with another student. Student Halls are a safe, comfortable, and affordable option. Although basic, the rooms are usually furnished with a bed, desk, and chair. There is an option for a private ensuite room with a separate shower and toilet, but most often, the kitchen and bathroom are shared with other students. Other communal facilities include a common room, a tv room, a small shop, and a laundry. Sometimes men and women share the same hall, however, most universities will also have single-sex halls for those who prefer such arrangements. Student halls have a self-catering option or you may want to include catered meals as part of your overall accommodation cost, where you will be able to eat in a designated dining room or cafeteria. Access to all university facilities including after-hour programs like on-site tutoring, counsellors, or mentors. Travel costs are minimal as these buildings are often in or near the campus. Student halls offer security, along with basic maintenance and access to Wi-Fi.

 Private accommodation can be found in large buildings where students can rent rooms within shared flats. This means that you can rent a private room while sharing communal spaces such as a kitchen, bathroom, and lounge with your housemates. You will have the option to select the housemates that you are going to stay with – they are often like-minded local or international students that have the potential to become your life-long friends. Unlike student hall accommodation where the university includes additional costs as part of the rent, household costs such as water and electricity and even maintenance will need to be divided between all housemates within the home or apartment. Depending on your lifestyle and study needs, the location of your home is your choice. Some advantages of private accommodation include - signing a lease contract with a landlord means you do not have to leave the room during the holidays and you are not surrounded by hundreds of other rooms filled with potentially rowdy students, so it is usually a lot quieter. Although you will have a lot more freedom, along with a sense of independence, you will have to do your research and understand all that is involved with private rentals.

 When it comes to choosing where to stay, you will have to decide which aspects are most important to you, such as location, safety, finance, or social needs.

by Posted 23 October, 2020

Postgraduate study allows you to enter employment with additional skills and knowledge. By now you are aware of the expectations of your course.

Many hours of reading, dedicated research and study lie ahead. The challenge is to stay focused, motivated and enthusiastic about your subject. Applying yourself to the task from a remote location also requires discipline and good planning. We will discuss 3 areas of the structure to assist you to maintain focus. 


Your technology needs must be properly cared for. 

  1. Hardware: Ensure that your computing device has good processing power. Adequate storage is imperative for research material to be saved and accessed effectively. 
  2. Connectivity: Not only do you need a good internet connection, but enough data to allow you to be online without disruptions. For video conferencing session you will need a good onboard camera and sound. 


Search out those who have the same subject focus. This could be at your university or elsewhere in the world. Research and communication become vital. You need to build a network of human resources from which you can feed or support. Establish forums and chat groups that will expand your available resources. Videoconferencing and remote recording sessions allow you to be assisted by your peers.   


We have teams of counsellors to offer guidance whenever you need additional support. Your university will also have a network of instructional human resources. Stay close to supervisor and coaches. This will enable you to monitor your time table closely.


Many students all over the world are now getting their education in a different kind of “classroom”—their home. If that’s true of you, how can you make the best of it? Here are some suggestions. 

Plan your routine. Create Plan your work and work your plan. Create a good realistic schedule.

Cultivate self-discipline. Procrastination is the thief of time; indecision is its main accomplice. 

Diligently complete assignments and submit timeously.

Create a study space. Make your learning environment comfortable, but not cosy. Remove anything that will disrupt your concentration. If your environment is noisy, invest in a good set of head or earphones.

Learn to focus. Concentrate on the subject at hand, and don’t try to multitask.

Take breaks. Physical activity or a hobby can refresh you.

Take courage and stay motivated,  Right Shift will be your guide throughout the process until you complete your course. 

by Posted 7 October, 2020

With the global pandemic still a concern, it’s uncertain when schools in India will be re-opening. So, if you’re already investigating sending your child abroad for their secondary school studies, then the UK is a great option.


Investing in your child’s education is one of the most important investments you’ll make. That’s why it’s really important to take the time to do as much research as possible when deciding on the institution. Once you have a few options in mind, it’s really important to visit the school and experience the philosophy of the school and everything it has to offer before applying.


If you make enquiries, you will find that most secondary schools in the UK are open to allowing you to visit and attend a class or two before deciding if the school is the right fit. It’s important to determine if the school is a good culture fit for your child in terms of personality and temperament.


It can be costly to tour a foreign country to find the right school but it’s wise to undertake this process because if you are not child is not happy it will cost more, in the long run, to change schools and start the whole process again.


When your child attends classes they’ll get a feel for what it will be like to be there on a permanent basis. They will get to meet potential teachers and fellow students. As a family, you will get to see the surrounding area or town and your child will become familiar with the layout or premises of the school. This will help your child will feel more comfortable when they actually do commence with their attendance.


When visiting the school, it’s also the perfect opportunity to ask any questions you may have, for example:


1.     What are the subjects on offer

2.     Who the teachers are and what their credentials are

3.     What extracurricular activities the school provides

4.     How the school deals with behaviour management

5.     Who the child can go to for support if necessary, (if the school has a permanent counsellor/s onsite)


If you cannot undertake a physical tour, find out if the school will offer a virtual tour, this may be a great way to experience the physical environment and meet key people if you can’t be there in person.


At Right Shift, we can help you access all the information you will need to make an informed decision. Contact us today to assist you in making the right choice for your child’s educational future.