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Our bloggers are studying a range of courses, from optometry to computer science, and studying in Cambridge and Chelmsford. Follow them from Freshers' Week through to graduation.

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25 January 2019

Hello January! January is my favourite month of the year. It is a completely new chapter, a white sheet awaiting text, a beginning. But as I'm preparing to run the Cambridge Half Marathon, it's also a challenging, intensive and hard moment, full of dreams, ambitions and promises. Read more…

25 January 2019

January is here. Christmas and New Year have come and gone, and the Half is now a few months away. Training has begun in earnest, and in unison with every other runner out there, you’re experiencing the tough yet rewarding grind of winter training… Read more…

7 September 2018

Campus life could be your best experience; here are some of things I recommend doing in your first weeks at university. Read more…

6 September 2018

If it is your first time going to university this September, you’re probably going to spend few weeks wondering what to bring with you. Here's the checklist I used. Read more…

17 August 2018

I had eight modules during my first year of undergraduate study. Some were very easy flowing whereas some saw me drinking tea late at night whilst I sat down and tried to get my head around the topic. I put a lot of thought into this topic and really questioned myself, do I have a favourite module? Read more…

10 August 2018

University academically challenges you no matter what course you do. Some modules may be easy, some hard. At the end of the day we all take something from the entire time we learn at University. My first year was comprised of various modules that were all challenging in their own way. Honestly… Read more…

3 August 2018

Two years ago, when I was about to start university, I wondered to myself what sort of books we as engineering students would be required to read. I used to dislike huge big books and was always scared that maybe I too would have to read them one day as for me big books = boring! However… Read more…

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