I’m launching a new fashion website this summer called fashionarta.com
and would like to give the students at your university a chance to write
for the website. The website is aimed mostly at a female audience and
will have a large number of areas for writers to contribute to,
- Opinion & Views
- Fashion Q&A
- Hair & Beauty
- Blogs, video blogs, etc.
- Food & Drink
Initially, writers will not be paid for their contributions but those
who prove to be consistently popular may have an opportunity to be paid
per word in the future.
Writing for fashionarta.com will be a great way for your students to
practise their magazine writing skills and gain an audience for their
For those who are interested, please send an email with a sample article
of 300 – 1000 words to email@example.com. The article can be on
any topic and feel free to use one of the above areas as inspiration.
Please note, this sample article will not be published and you will not
be paid for writing it.
Writers whose work is suitable will be contacted in due course to work
through the necessary administrative details and general terms &
conditions to have their work published on fashionarta.com.
I look forward to hearing from you soon.
With best regards,
JW STYLIST LTD.
Fashionarta.com is a website owned by JW STYLIST LTD.
JW STYLIST LTD is a limited company registered in England and Wales.
Company registration number: 08622624.
Registered Office: 145-157 St. John Street, London, EC1V 4PW, England.
Please contact JW STYLIST LTD. via email:
Applications for RadSoc committee are OPEN!
Whether you're the keen surgeon, the acute medic, the diagnostic radiographer or anatomy buff biomed - Radiology has such a broad application, we're looking for anyone who might have an interest in imaging, anatomy, or even just becoming part of a well organised committee. It looks great on the CV, and is a great opportunity to meet new people and make connections with many of St George's Radiologists. We are a relatively new society who run lecture series to help all students better get to grips with interpreting images, and foster the interest of radiology as a career.
The potential positions include:
- Events Coordinator
- Web master
Fancy it? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. State yourname,course,yearand max 250 wordsabout why you would like to take on your chosen role. Deadline has been extended to 30th May. SPREAD the word!!
Radiology Society Committee, 2013-14
Here at Howard inventories we are a property inventories and property services company and we are looking to recruit students to work for us as inventory clerks on a freelance basis.
We are offering flexible hours and days to suit any potential candidates. Earning up to 1-2k a month depending on the amount of work they are willing to take on.
As an inventory clerk you will be expected to travel all over London and compile very detailed reports on the items, descriptions and conditions of properties. The lists are intricately in-depth and are used as contracts between the tenant and landlord to ensure that tenants do not lose their deposits, and that landlords’ investments are well protected. What we do as a company is of the utmost importance as ultimately what we say in reports can affect the livelihoods’ of the parties involved.
No experience is required as full training will be provided alongside continues office and administrative support.
Candidates can send their CV and covering letter to email@example.com
The Beginning of the End for Cold and Draughty Student Accommodation
The UK’s housing stock is one of the worst in Europe. UK homes are generally older, smaller, colder and less energy efficient than those of our neighbours on the continent; and the people who are probably more familiar with this than anyone else, is London’s student population.
Private student accommodation in the capital is well known for its leaky radiators, cold showers, draughty windows, mouldy walls and sky high heating bills. Recently, it has been highlighted that living in these conditions is having a detrimental effect on the welfare of students. A study by Dreamland found that half of all students fall ill due to living in cold housing and Lancaster University SU revealed that the UK’s student population is being driven into ‘fuel poverty’ with the average student spending £527 a year on energy.
Further to this, the NUS have revealed in the ‘Homes Fit for Study’ survey that 52% of respondents living in private student accommodation had felt uncomfortably cold in their accommodation, 48% perceived their accommodation to have poor insulation or be draughty, 66% of respondents had worn more than one layer of clothing to go to bed in order to keep warm, 47% had mould, 41% had damp, and 40% of students had stayed in university buildings longer than they would have done otherwise in order to avoid going back to their cold home.
However, the outlook for the student housing market is looking bright. From 2016, any tenant or their representatives asking for their landlord’s consent to make reasonable energy efficiency improvements cannot be refused. And, from April 2018, the Government is proposing that the rental of the very worst performing properties—those rated F and G—will be banned through a minimum energy efficiency standard.
These forthcoming changes, hopefully, mark the beginning of the end for cold and draughty student accommodation - and high energy bills. And, in the interim, help is available to students today in the shape of a not-for- profit social enterprise called Energise London CIC.
Energise London helps Londoners reduce their energy bills and make homes warmer places to live. By talking with your landlord they can arrange home assessments, surveys, funding and installation of energy saving measures such as insulation, glazing, new heating boilers and draught-proofing.
If you want to save money on your heating bill and feel your student flat could benefit from energy saving measures call Tom Ashdown at Energise London on 020 8370 0270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also see their website, www.energiselondon.org.uk for information on their activities.
We are a group of medical students who have recently launched a new website, MedicalBookReviews.co.uk. We are writing to ask for your students’ help in expanding this free resource, by submitting book reviews to us for publication.
Medical Book Reviews