As a student (and human in general), I like to keep busy. Having so much going on around me and so many opportunities it would be foolish not to get involved and in the meantime drown myself with responsibilities.
I cannot believe we are into November already. The time is passing so fast, and the Uni weeks are flying by.
It’s well in to November now and all those cliché pictures of fireworks are up on Instagram from Bonfire Night!
As four wise individuals once said, ‘money, money, money, must be funny in a rich man’s world’. Cheesy Abba quotes aside, financing and budgeting at university can often seem an uphill struggle.
I am extremely pleased to announce that I have officially passed my end of year review!
In order to achieve your “personal best”, it’s so important to set yourself regular goals of things you want to achieve.
Hey everyone, this month I’ve decided to write my blog post on transportation at uni, mainly on different ways of getting to and from home.
As a student on placement, and someone who did attend careers fairs at university in second-year, I can tell you that going to these events does help you to find the right second-year placement and graduate opportunity for you.
Towards the end of first year, I was approached by a few friends who had applied for the Yoga Society Committee. They asked if I wanted to be Media Rep, and being a fellow lover of Yoga and interested in designing and creating the media aspect, it was a bit of a no brainer!
Studying at university doesn’t half provide you with experience! But does it prepare you for the working world?