Tools to use as an Auditory Learner

When it comes to studying at university, knowing what style of learner you are can be a massive help as you can adapt your methods to your advantage. Today I am going to be looking at what it means to be an “Auditory Learner” and examine the tools available to achieve the best results in […]

Social Ideas to do with your New Flatmates

As many students moved into halls accommodation this weekend, I thought it would be helpful to share my list of ideas and social activities you can do with your new flatmates to help break the ice, find common interests and most importantly, have fun! Flat Food Shop Once you and all of your flatmates have […]

Megan’s University Checklist

As I enter the third year of my degree, I thought I would share with you my checklist on things to do before you arrive at university! Pack some Home Comforts Moving away from home can be hard. It’s a new city, a new set of housemates and a new bedroom. As an international student, […]

Cool and Unique Societies to join at University

One of the best ways to socialise at university is to join a society or sports team. There are an abundance of options to choose from, however if you don’t have a specific hobby, interest or sport that you are passionate about it can be hard to find the right fit for you. So, let’s […]

World Days to add to your Student Calendar

Nowadays there seems to be a designated day for just about everything and it’s pretty hard to keep track of them all. Different days are important to people for various reasons, but what days are worth noting as a student, and how can keeping track of these days benefit our student experience?   JANUARY 21st […]

How to Boost your CV and Develop a Portfolio as a Student

Whether you have just started Uni, or are about to graduate, it is always beneficial to have an up-to-date CV and/or Portfolio at the ready to send to any connections that may come your way. University can be a very social experience, and one of the things I quickly became aware of during my first […]

The Best Student Discounts to have a Great Summer

Summer as a student can go a number of ways. Some people stay in their uni town/city and spend their time working, getting a job and trying to make the most of the free time. Others head home for the summer and move back in with family, maybe returning to their old jobs and catching […]

Why Uni might not be the ‘Best Time of your Life’ and why that’s okay.

University is a pathway of life that ties in with the first experiences of adulthood. It’s not compulsory, and only became an accessible route of education to many following the foundation of the Student Loans Company in the UK in the 1990’s. And even now, many people choose not to go to university for a […]

How to Level-Up your Revision and Take Better Notes

Revision and notetaking can be incredibly monotonous tasks. Having folders of notes which all look the same can make revision feel bland and boring, when we should feel somewhat excited about learning and absorbing new information and knowledge. There are a number of ways in which you can alter your studying processes to level-up your […]

How to combat Loneliness at University

Many people associate university with being one of the times in life that we have the most connections – with friends from courses, societies, flatmates and more. However, loneliness and being physically alone are two different experiences. More than 1 in 4 students have dealt with loneliness while at university and over 27% of students […]