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Use 'park-and-ride' unless writing about a specific park-and-ride that spells it differently, for example, 'Lansdown Park & Ride'.
Not 'part time' or 'parttime'.
Avoid writing in a passive voice. See Writing for the web.
See Job titles.
Generally, avoid using hyphens or brackets, for example, '01225 381234'.
The exception is when the audience is clearly international. In this case, add the UK dialling code and brackets, for example, '+44 (0)1225 381234'.
For internal calls you can simply give the extension, for example, 'ext: 1234'.
See our Writing for the web guide.
Use Royal Mail's guidelines for addresses when writing a postal address.
'Postdoctoral' is one word. It isn't 'post-doctoral' or 'post doctoral'.
Taught postgraduate and postgraduate research.
Not ‘presessional’ as this could be read as ‘precessional’.
Not 'pro-rata' or 'prorata'.
Use lower case.