We’re doing it wrong. You see, now is a fantastic time to be a young woman in STEM, and it will probably get even better over the next decade.
I assume every student gets to a point in their academic journey where they ultimately feel lethargic and unwilling to keep up with the hectic pace of life at university. The purpose of this post is to give you tips on how to maintain a healthy mind and find the internal motivation to push through.
This month I wanted to write something that is very close to my heart, which is my long-distance relationship.
In this month’s blog, I’m going to give you my Top 5 highlights of places to go in Loughborough Town!
Here it is, my final blog! It doesn’t feel real, but I know it’ll hit me next month when I don’t have a blog to submit to Loughborough University.
If you are worried that you won’t have enough money to cover your expenses during your time in Loughborough, keep reading and you will find out about many part-time job opportunities.
Following on from last months’ blog on budgeting, I promised to give you some of my top tips to be cost-effective at uni.
Studying for a master’s degree might not be for you. You may be itching to go into the real world and truly ‘make a difference’. Or maybe to start saving for a house. Perhaps even to take a year off to start your professional Instagram career while traveling around Laos.
It’s my second last blog for Loughborough University and I’m writing all way from Australia! YES, I’m back in Sydney!
In this blog post I’ll be talking about what I did over the summer holidays. Sun, sea, sand and ice-cream- what more could you want! Not only did I get up to lots but I also had lots of amazing opportunities which hopefully will inspire you or give you a few ideas of some of […]