Exam season is tough for everybody and can be a significant source of increased anxiety. I, like many, suffer from anxiety and I seriously struggle in the lead-up to exams. One of the few benefits of...

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Trying to be green when you first start university is certainly not easy as you can often feel at a loss. In a chaotic environment where you are constantly pushed out of your comfort zone, having to...

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University is often referred to as one of the most ‘care-free’ times of your adult life. It’s a place where you can party, stay up late, and have fun without worrying about getting up for work the...

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Term has just started and that can mean only three things: seminars, societies and…stress. If your fears are financial, you’re not alone. As familiar as we all are to being student-poor, feeling the...

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With the graduate job market becoming increasingly competitive, students are now having to go the extra mile to bag their dream career. Whether this involves taking on an internship, placement, or...

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While assignments are no hidden aspect of university life, the struggle that comes with managing them can sometimes be overlooked. In between classes, social obligations, a part-time job and everyday...

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This month, thousands of students will have made the big move to embark on their university career, feeling full of excitement, anticipation, and nervousness. Once the fun of freshers' week has passed...

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Going abroad for university can be exciting, stressful, and sometimes a bit confusing at first. There’s a lot you have to deal will logistically and socially that you might not have to deal with as...

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Starting university is daunting for everyone, but throw a disability into the mix, and you have a whole new host of worries. It’s only natural; but trust me, it won’t be as bad as you imagine. I was...

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Optional modules sound like fun and games, but in reality, they can be pretty tough. As any, optional modules should be given a lot of thought; it’s all very exciting doing something new just because...

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One of the first things we all think of when we start university is how many societies are out there for us to join. It’s like a buffet of opportunity; but let’s face it, the sheer number of choice is...

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Whether you are Bristol born and bred, here to study or just enjoying experiencing the city’s unique charm, it is no secret that Bristol is bursting with an array of independent eateries for you to...

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My placement year at GRB will soon be coming to an end. My experience has been an unforgettable one and has been completely unique to any other opportunity. I have made amazing friends, gained...

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Finishing your exams and deadlines for the year can feel like a strange time. Having spent months stressing out and working hard to then being completely free from responsibilities can leave you...

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It is true that my year abroad in France has had me meeting Mickey Mouse, climbing 'La Tour Eiffel' and drinking wine in Bordeaux. Contrary to my initial expectations however, I'm not quite at the...

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After nearly a year of procrastination, before you know it, you've reached April and May. All of a sudden you have multiple exams and coursework deadlines approaching but you don't feel prepared at...

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Students University

Let’s face it, Durham is really just a city of eating establishments, with a local café and independent restaurant hiding down each side street you take. I’ve sorted through the best and the rest to...

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Don't have time to think about time management? Think again! Ashley Faith Fontaine from the University of Reading has 3 simple ways to get your life back on track with managing your time at...

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Dissertation deadline is looming. You're realising that you should never have done a degree in the first place and that it probably isn't too late to drop out. Rather than considering joining the...

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Students University Work

What are the strikes for? Why are they important, and what do they mean for students? Anna Ley studying English Literature at the Durham University explains what the 4 week walkout means for...

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