Currently, over this Easter holiday, I’m reuniting with friends and family in beautiful Essex. Returning home brings mixed feelings since the contrast between home life and Loughborough life is so huge!
A couple of years ago, if someone had suggested pursuing a Master’s, I would have said “as if!”. Had they said a double Master’s, I would have been bemused by the ‘joke’.
So, this time last year I received a silver envelope through the letter box from Loughborough with a card in that was the beginning of this whole experience, which is actually insane, looking at how far I’ve come and developed as a person already.
Stressed about your upcoming A-Level exams? Well it’s time to read the following blog, then get offline and stop the procrastination!
During my most recent conversations with parents and prospective students, I have encountered the following questions: ‘How intimidating is sport in Loughborough?’ ‘Will I be a misfit here if I am not as sporty?’ ‘How does one survive if they have zero inclination towards sport?’
When thinking of what to write for this blog, I thought about everything I’ve been juggling recently.
Panicked about a career in the creative industry? Heard that stereotype of “It’s hard to make it as a creative”? Read my tips below on how it is possible!
In the light of International Women’s Day, it’s only right to celebrate women at Loughborough. Women in what can sometimes be perceived to be a man’s world.
My Loughborough experience has been one of excitement and growth. I’m very much an introvert so University originally seemed very daunting for me as I struggle to start conversations with new people. I’m sure I’m not alone in this.
One semester into my course and I can’t fathom how my last four months at Loughborough University just flew by. And this journey has been incredible!