Hometown / Country: Leeds, UK
A Levels: Geography, Religious Studies, Economics, EPQ (extended project qualification)
Degree: Geography BA
Stage of Study: Second Year
Interests at Uni: RAG (Raising and Giving) society, Cocktail Society and Geography Society. I also enjoy singing and baking.
In your first week at Newcastle University you will no doubt have lectures and activities all over campus, but there are 5 key locations for us Geographers. Try to find them during Freshers’ Week so you’re not in a panic when lectures start. And you’ll be able to stay in bed that bit longer if you
You may have heard that Freshers’ Week will be one of the best weeks of your life. Well Newcastle’s Freshers’ Week certainly lives up to expectations! The week will fly by so here is how to make the most of it… Freshers’ Wristband The Students’ Union run the official Freshers’ Week events by issuing a
Packing for uni can be a difficult task. You’ve probably read the endlessly long guides on the internet about what to pack. I’ve skipped the obvious items and opted for 5 essentials I think every fresher needs to survive first year! 1. Extension Cable Not an exciting item but very practical. University rooms have limited plug sockets which
Newcastle Geography Society is the first student society I joined as a Fresher! It’s a great way to meet new people and make friends who all share a passion for Geography! It’s a very popular student led society that organises lots of events and activities throughout the year… Here are some of the highlights: Geography
I remember how daunting the prospect of choosing a university and course can feel. For me, studying geography was a definite. So the only decision that remained was where to study? After numerous open days only one university stood out for me… Newcastle! Here’s why…
Becky shares her experiences of a Geography field trip to Hong Kong.