Elly Datson, A Touring Theatre Mtheatre student at the University of Worcester talks us through the common misconceptions about her degree: So it normally goes something like this: “What are you studying?” “Touring Theatre” “What?” […]
One of the big decisions you will have to make when you finish your undergraduate degree is whether you want to do a postgraduate course. There are many factors that will effect your decision, such […]
The university summer holiday seems like a long time but it can go in a flash. This is especially true if you’re a postgrad with limited time on your hands. So how can you make the most of your holidays? As a postgrad student myself, here are my tips on making the most of the summer if you’re tight for time.
I think the scariest thing about going to uni is knowing what to do when it all inevitably comes to an end. Do you apply for postgraduate study? Graduate schemes? Get a job? It’s a tough decision but there are plenty of options out there. Here are my tips to make life after university a bit less daunting.
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.
There are many myths about postgraduate degrees and embarking on a postgraduate degree can seem like a daunting experience.
Here are some of the most common preconceptions versus the reality.
Hopefully now, following on from the theme of my last blog, you are all well holidayed, rested, partied, and ready to get moving again!