Bluffer's Guide to University: Instant Wit and Wisdom
DescriptionInstantly acquire all the knowledge you need to pass as an expert in the world of university, with the Bluffer's Guide to University. Know how to get in, where to get in, how to stay in, what to say, where to say it, what not to say, where to be seen, what to eat, and even what to wear. Never again confuse a Desmond with a Douglas, an MA (Oxon) or (Cantab) with a genuinely hard-earned Master's degree, a PhD with a DPhil, or a cleaning rota with a clean student flat (otherwise known as an oxymoron).
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About the Author
Rob Ainsley grew up in Hull, which Philip Larkin described as "nice and flat for cycling - that's about the best I can say." Taking Norman Tebbit's advice of the time, he got on his bike and looked for work, but found he liked cycling more than work. He has cycled all over the UK and more than 30 other countries, and can shout at taxi drivers in four languages. He is a regular contributor to Cycle (CTC magazine) and Cycling Plus, wrote the guidebook 50 Quirky Bike Rides (Eye Books) and is a cycling blogger (www.realcycling.co.uk) and Twitterer (@realcycling).