Here’s a sneaky peek into a day in the life of an English Lit student at Newcastle. Not so early starts English degrees usually have very few contact hours so you usually need a bit of motivation to get out of bed. I usually start my day by reading with a coffee in bed for
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
Writing challenging assignments and meeting deadlines can be really daunting. Staring at a blank page can make you feel defeatist, as I am sure many students can appreciate. It can feel like a never-ending task, so here are my tips to tackling assignments in a sensible and healthy way in order to get the results
Here are Caitlin’s top tips on how to overcome writer’s block!
Here are Katie’s top 3 reasons why you should choose a degree with practical elements
Struggling with a group assignments? Here are Cassandra’s six tips on how to get it right!
Fieldtrips, GeogSoc and Dissertations. Whether you are a human and/or physical geographer, here’s what it’s really like to study Geography at Newcastle University.