What do you want to be when you graduate? Student blogger Louis takes a look at what’s on offer…
When I first arrived at Uni I thought my course would be about concentrating on lectures and reading text books. However during my first year I realised that it wasn’t soley focused on academic materials but that the importance of understanding the real world application for the theory was a very important element. 1
My final uni year has come around in a blink of an eye and this month I graduate. This seems crazy to me, and feels like only yesterday I was sitting in the back of my parents car with boxes stacked on top of me, driving 6 hours North ready to start my new adventure. Whilst
Have you ever dreamed of a degree so diverse and captivating that you find yourself waking up for 9am lectures with pleasure? Imagine that one day you are video shooting with an international DJ and the next one you are designing your advertising campaign for Dior. That is a typical week in the life of
Sales of coffee in Jesmond Tesco are through the roof. Mid-week club nights are practically deserted. A sense of panic is in the air. It can only mean one thing: exam season approaches. Whether you have essays or exams, you’re heading to the library to give productivity your best shot. But where will you set
We asked first year student Verity what her average day is like to give you an idea of what you’ll get up to when you join us.
We asked second year student Amy for her suggestions on the top 5 things you need to pack for your first term