Monthly Archives: March 2015

Things to Look Forward to at Uni

Whether University is a matter of months or years away, the reality of moving away from home may be starting to sink in a bit. However, as many graduates recall university as “the best years of their lives”, there is a tonne to look forward to come September. Meeting loads of new people New flat,
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Budget Travel Tips

When I came to the UK, I came with dreams of seeing as many places I could – I’m a traveller at heart after all. But as an international student, when we start converting the Pound to our own currency – it sends out *WARNING* signs in our heads. True ain’t it? So planning a budget
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Do Prospectuses Have All The Info?

The prospectus is a great way to find out about a university, but here are some other ways to get a taste of student life.

Tops 3 Perks of Being a Media Student

Besides being one of the top Media programmes in the country with an extra benefit of being located in the comfort of the UK’s best student city, you’d think that it couldn’t get any better. But, if you’re already keen on pursuing Media Studies at Newcastle University, you probably don’t need more convincing here. But, having
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Top Tips For Stress-Free Revision

Whether you’re revising for your A-levels, for final International Baccalaureate exams, or you’re a university student cramming for exams that count towards your final degree, there are plenty of things you can do to make sure you get the best out of your revision, without losing sleep over it. Here are my 5 top tips!
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Foolproof Guide to Essay Writing

It’s coming to that time of year where all you seem to be doing is writing essays – whether practising for your exams or writing essays for coursework, it’s pretty inevitable you’ll be fighting away that hand ache pretty soon. As a Combined Honours Sociology and English student, I thought I’d pass on my tried and
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Explore the North East of England

Hello!! It’s finally the Easter holidays and a four week break from uni life, so it’s time to make the most of living in the UK. Using your break wisely is very important, and some of you will have deadlines just after the break so studying is an unfortunate must for some. However, there are other
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