One of the biggest surprises for me at Loughborough was that the monthly expenses here could average to approximately £300, if budgeted well.
Category archive: Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences
A recent conversation with a friend, Kavi, made me realise about the status quo of ‘coming out’. This somehow seemed a very relevant topic to me, and will also remain close to my heart. I hope I can share our perspectives through the following excerpts inspired from our conversation…
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’.
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?’
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!
Placement. Moving away from home. Leaving your comfort zone. Three scary things to think about, however has anyone ever wished they never did them?
Moving away from home is hard, but moving away from across the pond is even harder; but, fear not, you’re not alone.
This blog marks a year since I started blogging for Loughborough, and as cliché as this may seem, time really has flown by! It scares me to think that I am approaching the half way mark for my degree.
Following on from last months’ blog on budgeting, I promised to give you some of my top tips to be cost-effective at uni.
As the new academic year begins, it’s time to get organised. And as this month is National Finance Planning Month I thought I’d write this blog on budgeting. Something every student has to look at every once in a while, to ensure they don’t get dangerously deep in overdraft and student credit cards.