Did you ever think you would be putting yourselves in the shoes of someone who is a graduate? I did not think this day would come. As Worcester Graduates we have the awesome excitement of […]
Ellie Bixby lets us know the best YouTube Channels for students to learn from, wind down with and enjoy: Spending copious amounts of time online is undoubtedly a part of every student’s lifestyle. Whether it […]
Starting University as a mature student can be both an exciting and daunting time with much of the University’s resources sometimes appearing to be aimed at recruiting younger, undergraduate students. I asked my colleague Georgie to give us an insight into her experience as a mature student at the University of Worcester and here is what she had to say…
Getting your research out there fills many postgrad students with dread, but it also has great benefits and rewards. Postgraduate studies and research can already be a huge time commitment, so wider engagement on top of that can be a challenge. Here’s my guide to postgraduate research and how to get your research out there.
The countdown is on… We have reached the final push of the academic year! With two weeks of assessments and exams left between us and summer break, these next few weeks can be pretty hectic. Since the whole academic year has been building up to this moment, it can be easy to feel the pressure and let stress creep in. Here are my top tips on managing stress during exam week and tough times throughout your degree.
So, it’s finally that time. Your final year of university. You’re on the home stretch and the end is in sight. Only, you have your dissertation to think about first. Loads of research, thousands of words and many late nights in Pierson or the Hive are on the horizon. But it doesn’t have to be a negative, stressful experience. Here are a few tips on how to cope with dissertation stress and the workload as the deadline approaches!
The countdown is over – the Easter break is here! Over Easter, sweets and sugar may seem a lot more tempting than studying. But due to the influx of dissertation and essay deadlines around this time, the Easter period is all the more important to study over. Here are my 9 tips on how to study effectively over Easter.
For many, your final year can become the most stressful time of your university experience. For others, it can be the most rewarding and the most enjoyable year. The positives of third year is knowing you are very closet to completing your degree and your nearing the end of a long tough three years! Here are my 3 top tips on getting your dissertation done and dusted.