Hometown / Country: Manchester, UK
A Levels: Politics, Geography, EPQ (extended project qualification), General Studies
Degree: Politics BA
Stage of Study: Second year
Interests at Uni: I love exercise and food equally. I sing and play acoustic guitar, and I love political TV dramas!
I don’t want to be biased – but Newcastle really is the best place to go to uni, and here’s why: 1. It’s Just the Right Size I think it’s really nice to be part of a city that’s not so big you feel lost. I settled in straight away, and honestly it became a
Hello everyone! I hope everyone is enjoying the summer holiday. I’m definitely enjoying having time to myself to be able to go to the gym, cook, and go walking. I spent last week walking round the South West Coastal path my dad. We did about 50 miles over the course of about 3 days, and
I definitely won’t try to cover an exhaustive list of everything you might need for University. But I thought it might be useful to provide you all with a few slightly unconventional bits and pieces that have proved to be a essential during my time at university. 1. MONEY Whether you’re working over summer or when you
The weeks running up to results day are always a nervous time. Obviously I hope that everybody gets the grades they expected and need, but I would also say it’s important to think about what’s next if you don’t get in. Politics isn’t something I thought I wanted to study, I initially applied for Combined
What is different about studying at Newcastle, compared with studying the same degree at a different university? After two years studying politics at Newcastle, I think Im qualified enough to tell you about the USP (unique selling point) of politics at Newcastle…
I spent a week of my Easter break volunteering in Calais with a charity helping refugees. Here I share with you the 5 lessons I learned from my time there.