Welcome to the very first post of my 2017 University Series! Now that I am a graduate, having survived four years of university, I felt it was time to share all the lessons I have learnt, the advice I was given and the tips and tricks I picked up along the way. I have put up the odd post here and there about university but I felt it would be a good idea to put it all together, for those who are off to university come September, or those thinking about going, a little series, something people can come back to, something people can wait for each week.View Post
Truthfully, third year is so much harder than I ever imagined. And half of that isn’t even the work itself; the pressure is insane. Everyone asks you what career you’re going to head into once you’ve graduated, everyone reminds you that your dissertation is the single most important piece of work you’ll ever do.View Post
So… you’ve all moved in, you’ve probably attended your first few Fresher’s events, you’ve enrolled onto your course and now, you’re on your way to fully celebrating your new student life. Many will tell you the first month is the hardest, you’re in a brand new environment and you’re surrounded by brand new people.View Post
This post is in collaboration with Kleenex. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
I’ve been thinking about what I’d like to achieve for my third year and all the things I want to avoid this time round. I’ve done three years of this now so of course, over time I’ve picked up and learnt what works for me and what I shouldn’t bother with. So these are my third year goals.View Post
In collaboration with Spotlight Requirement
Univeristy combines studying, house care, socialising and sleep all in one jumbled up pile that you’re left to organise and sort for There’s no two ways about it, university can be at times, stressful and overwhelming but it’s nothing that you can’t fix by keeping your life and study organised and happy!View Post
Part of SA's 2016 University Series