Applying for university doesn’t mean you have to have your entire life-plan set in stone, Find out how Millie only decided after graduating what career path she wanted to pursue.
1. Cleaning is suddenly a fun activity. There has never been a better time to clean those windows you’ve never cleaned before in your life. And you’ll be much more productive afterwards, right? 2. Lunch is a 4 hour task. You have to prepare your lunch, eat it, relax a bit afterwards, have a
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…
Student lifestyles are pretty similar – we can relate to each other’s problems and each other’s time tables. Here is a peek into a day in my life as a postgraduate media student at Newcastle…
I’m currently doing an MLitt in French linguistics, which is a research degree, so I don’t have a strict timetable. I have to organise myself, which means that there is no ‘typical’ day in my life, but I’ll try to give you a glimpse of some of the things I get up to!
Graduation is just around the corner, and it’s hit that time of year where all my friends are essentially having nervous breakdowns concerning their future. Should I go into full time employment? Should I go travelling for a year? Should I do a Masters? These questions are at the centre of everyday conversations. Luckily for