Student Blogger Ellie Bixby talks us through some techniques for maintaining our positivity during this difficult time: This post was published on 30th March 2020 Any references to self-isolation, travel or meeting others was accurate […]
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As our University welcomes students from 87 different nationalities, it is easy to make friends from all around the world and get a better understanding of different cultures. I enjoy tasting different cuisines and learning […]
University Mental Heath Day 17th March 2020
Lots of attention has been brought to the topic of mental health during 2020 – you may have already seen the “it’s okay to not be okay” tweets or maybe even shared them yourself. As […]
Students: get some work experience by doing a work placement.
In my second year of university, I completed a work placement through one of my modules. The whole experience was extremely positive and I would highly recommend if you have the opportunity to do a […]
Register to Vote – Your vote = your voice.
Blogger – Amber Pettit – talks you through registering to vote and how you can decide which party is right for you. So, with a snap general election coming up on the 12th of December […]
Don’t Fear the Smear and Look After Your Health!
Blogger Amber Pettit offers some helpful advice on keeping healthy whilst you’re at University: Register with a GP So, when you’re a new student at University you need to register to a Doctors’ Surgery. Registering […]
How to stick to a student budget
Whether you are juggling money from your maintenance loan or your weekend job, being at the University will bring you to the point of life when you have to start budgeting. If you don’t want […]
Period Poverty & Sustainable Periods
‘Period poverty‘ means having a lack of access to sanitary products due to financial constraints. This issue affects people all over the world and Blogger Amber Petit wants to help combat this issue for students: […]