Monthly Archives: November 2015

Our Campus At Night

Explore our campus landmarks at night in this 360º timelapse video.

Settling into life as a Business Postgrad

After switching from Geography to Business and feeling like a total ‘new kid at school’, I would say i’m now definitely settled into life as a Business Student. From one student to another, here are a few things i’ve learnt in my short but sweet weeks so far.

Biomedical sciences – The Starting P...

After finishing your A-levels in Bioscience you might be thinking about your future. As it has many paths it can be difficult to choose which way to go. Biomedical Sciences at Newcastle University is currently ranked within the top 50 universities in the world! So if you are thinking of studying at Newcastle University, you’re on the right track!

Tips for Settling in Abroad

So you’ve just arrived in your study abroad destination. How do you settle in to your new life? I’ve been on my year abroad in Japan for two months now, so here are my top tips for feeling at home in a new place!

Looking for part-time jobs

As university students, most of us come to acquire this tremendous ambition of working alongside our studies. Oone visit to Newcastle University’s extremely efficient and helpful Careers Service made me realise that it is easier to find part-time jobs in certain sectors.

Life is a balancing act

At GCSE, you tell yourself A level will be easier, you will only have three subjects to focus on rather than eleven. At A levels, you tell yourself that at university it will be easier-you will only have one subject to focus on. At University, you realise you’ve been lying to yourself for four years.

What inspires me to study Zoology

It’s getting quite autumnal here in Newcastle, the trees are turning bright shades of crimson and orange and leaves are crunching beneath my feet. It’s my favourite time of year as I find I’m very reflective which is why I’m going to share with you some words of inspiration today.

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