Monthly Archives: May 2015

Why I love being a Geography Student

Despite all the stigma and jokes attached to Geographers which claim all we do is “sit around colouring all day” I wouldn’t change my degree for the world! Here are my favourite things about being a Human Geography undergrad. Few Contact Hours Yes so the jokes aren’t all made up. As a Geography student I
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Saving Money as a Student

Moving to university brings lots of new responsibilities, including one that many people struggle with; learning to manage your money! So here are some of my top tips to help you save money at university…

8 Stages of The Dissertation

Denial, regret, panic…

Life of a Philosophy Student

Anyone thinking of taking something other than a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subject with a more of an academic than vocational background will face this question plenty of times over their university life: “What are you going to do with that?”

Top tips to balance uni & part-time wo...

As a student who juggles part-time work with university, society doings and extra-curricular volunteering, I’d like to think I know a thing or two about time management. So here are my Top 5 Tips for making money whilst getting your degree.

History Vs Media & Public Relations

I studied History at undergrad and after an initial plan to take a year out working and return to do a European History Masters, I did a bit of a U-turn and went for Media and Public Relations instead.
So with me you get two subject area low-downs for the price of one…

A Day in the Life of a Media Student

Student lifestyles are pretty similar – we can relate to each other’s problems and each other’s time tables. Here is a peek into a day in my life as a postgraduate media student at Newcastle…

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