12 September 2017
I study best in quite relaxed settings, and there are several spots around the University that I'd recommend.
Pursuing an undergraduate or postgraduate degree can help you succeed in life. You should make the effort to make the most out of your time at university and focus on getting the best degree you can, studying all the necessary material.
The best place I know for some quiet study is the library. In Chelmsford, the university’s library is spread out across four floors so there is ample space to accommodate many students. It also has a large set of personal computers that students can log into. There are cubicle rooms for discussion in case you need help from your friend on the class assignment or are working in groups. It also had a wide range of credible source material that you can use for your assignments, readily available to you within just a few feet.
I also like to study in my room. It is a nice secluded place where I can quietly get to work without any interference from the outside world. What's good about this is that I can work late into the night without having to worry about how I am getting home.
The cafeteria lounge can also be a nice place to get some quick revision in as there is a coffee shop conveniently located inside it. The place is usually peacefully quiet after uni hours. There are both chairs and couches where students are free to lounge.
Those are just some of the places I chose to study – I hope you find your favourite place!
9 August 2018
In January 2018, I began my fourth course at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU). When I complete it, I’ll have attended ARU on and off for almost a decade. I may potentially be one of the University's longest attending students. Read more…