A PhD student’s insights on beginning a career in teaching: how they coped with the nerves of a new role and how they feel about it 2 years later.
The first entry into the life of a PhD student blog series. See how our resident PhD student’s journey began and what’s in store for the rest of this series.
Whilst university can definitely be the best time in a student’s life because of the freedom, growth and learning opportunities that it gives you, University can also be a very lonely time for university students. …
A look at student perspectives when the course you’ve chosen just doesn’t feel quite right.
A short discussion about putting yourself out there to try to make friends, and the things that both us and universities can do to aid that process.
With a new year beginning, what can new students expect from the student accommodation and their first year of true independence?
Student-voice blog: Insights from our student voice regarding the power of talking and how to grow your confidence.
Taking on a PhD is a big step. To take it on, you should be doing it for the right reasons, these include your career as well as your passion.
Final year module options can often be a little more stressful to choose then earlier year modules. Read for some tips on how to best navigate this time.
Picking optional modules at university can often pose new levels of unexpected indecisiveness amongst university students. Read here to see some advice from someone who’s gone through this very decision.