Studying at university doesn’t half provide you with experience! But does it prepare you for the working world?
Posts by Gemma Wilkie
How is it nearly a new semester? Didn’t I start university yesterday?
So it’s now August, and soon a lot of you will be finding out where you are going to university. Some of you are looking for graduate jobs, placements, internships, taking a gap year or studying abroad.
So we’ve reached the end of the academic year and I expect a lot of you are thinking about the year ahead. For some, that is the stress of final year and for others, it’s just starting out.
So it’s June, and I can almost see the end of second year. I don’t know if I am pleased by that, having now met all my deadlines, or if I am sad because it means I will have to leave Loughborough temporarily…
A few tips for those of you who take coursework subjects! How to deal with coursework stress, through mindfulness and organisation…
So it’s now Easter break and I’ve just handed in the last of my work for this term – where’s the champagne?!?
So I’m all settled into the new semester and still incredibly excited to be back! Although, things are sometimes a bit tough with balancing the social and academic calendar…
Being back in England from study abroad is kind of weird but exciting too. I mean of course I miss Australia, who wouldn’t, but at the same time it’s great to be back; seeing everyone and getting back into the swing of things.
So I’ve finally arrived back in England after six months of studying and travelling Australia!