Hometown / Country: Blackburn, UK
A Levels: History, English Language, Sociology
Degree: MA Media and PR
Stage of Study: Postgraduate
Interests at Uni: Careers Service Student Communications Team, going out with friends
There’s loads to do in Newcastle to fill up the long 3 month summer break. Whether you want to have fun, get some experience or earn some money, Newcastle’s got a lot to offer.
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…
1. Burgers from Fat Hippo With restaurants both in the city centre and the student-packed suburb of Jesmond, Fat Hippo‘s happy hour is definitely worth checking out. I’d have a photo to show you but once those burgers are in front of me I don’t have the self control to not immediately eat it. 2.
End of year exams and assignments are approaching for us students so, this month, I’d thought I’d share my top apps which I use to help me revise and organise my work. 1. Blackboard Blackboard is great because lecturers put all the lecture slides on here as well as other useful documents or reading. Plus if
Don’t worry, I’m not going to try and pretend I have the expertise to advise you on your career! But, here at Newcastle Uni we’re lucky to have an award winning careers service with advisers trained to help you with anything careers related. Here’s a rundown of the support that you can take advantage of
One of the great things about Newcastle is how easy it is to visit some of the UK’s other cities. Direct trains to all of these locations means a day or weekend trip, should definitely be on your list of things to do if you decide to come to uni here. Edinburgh Only an hour