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7 July 2017

Psychology has recently become one of the most popular subjects to study in English universities. However, this sudden rise has inevitably led to many misconceptions about the course. Here are seven of them. Read more…

5 February 2015

This blog post has taken me several attempts and small sessions to write. I am now sat in my blanket which, by the way, is from Primark and was an absolute bargain at £7! Armed with a cup of tea and Broadchurch on the television, I am now ready to finish this post. Read more…

10 December 2014

The first year of university can be a daunting experience for many, whether you’re moving away from home or commuting. Luckily, this is my second time being a fresher. Last year I moved away from home and studied at Royal Holloway, in Surrey. Nonetheless I am back to being a fresher again. Read more…

12 March 2014

How many times have you needed to find your bank statement from last month or lecture notes for week 3 and it took you ages to go through piles of papers… you checked every drawer in your desk, every inch of your backpack, just to find it behind the desk a few hours later… Read more…

19 February 2014

Have you ever wondered what the experience of studying in a different language is like? Are you a bilingual or multilingual student who already knows all about it? Read more…

21 January 2014

It’s such a nice feeling of relief when all the deadlines and exams are over and you don’t have to do anything for another three weeks. I’ve already done doing nothing and slept until the afternoon for over a week now (and I’m really good at it!)… Read more…

9 December 2013

Almost the end of the first semester (and until all the Christmas excitement can really begin) and I’ve got so much to do: 3000 words essay, 1500 words essay, gigantic grant proposal, answer peer review and… I can’t even remember but there is definitely something else! Read more…

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