I know this sounds cliché and cheesy, but the last month has been crazy! So much has happened in such little time! Where do I start?
The Easter break is usually a time of coursework and the beginning of exam revision.
So it’s that time of the year again. The majority of us who are still in education are coming up to that time of the year when revision days are in full swing and exams are creeping closer, possibly faster than we would like…
On 1st May, my course group and I flew to Prague, part of our coursework for Graphic Communication and Illustration.
Cher once famously asked, “do you believe in life after Loughborough?”
For this month’s blog, I thought I would put truth to some misconceptions A-Level students often have about University life. For this I welcomed a special guest, A-Level student and my occasionally annoying younger brother, Alex.
The Easter holiday was wonderful this year and was a much welcomed break (actually, it wasn’t a break at all, I just spent less time on campus but it was a nice change of scenery!)
Since starting at university, I’ve found that people who’ve not experienced it have a strange idea about how I’m spending my life. I think they assume that I sleep through the day and spend every other night at the union or in a pub (don’t get me wrong, sometimes they are spot on!)
A few tips for those of you who take coursework subjects! How to deal with coursework stress, through mindfulness and organisation…
Open days can seem like a really daunting experience especially when it is your first time going to one, but they’re extremely useful when it comes to making that all important decision of choosing what university you want to attend.