Homesickness is hard to talk about. The stigma surrounding it makes you sometimes perceive yourself as weak or immature, even though it’s actually a common … Read more
Month: November 2017
Having a part-time job on campus
It is common knowledge that university students do not have a great amount of disposable income. Working whilst studying can be very beneficial as it … Read more
Learning difficulties/Autism spectrum support at university:
Going to university is a challenge for all of freshers. However, some of us require even more support and guidance when it comes to academic … Read more
Benefits of living in Parkwood
Parkwood is often overlooked by prospective students due to its longer distance to the centre of campus. However, Parkwood is more then that. Here is … Read more
Within the first week or so of moving to uni, it is probably a good idea to explore our beautiful campus. You’ll want to be … Read more
Managing your studies: who can you ask for academic help?
First year is overwhelming! University is completely different from what you have done before, no matter if you came straight from A-levels, did IB or … Read more
Five great ways to spend your weekend in Canterbury
You’ve made it through your stressful week of lectures and collapse on Friday evening in a caffeine-fuelled heap. The question is: what do you … Read more
Work to live or live to work?
It’s that time of year, and like other final year undergrads and taught postgrads my thoughts have turned to looking for careers and applying to … Read more
School vs university study
“What’s the difference between work at school and university?” is an important question that crops up time after time. Having found the jump from GCSE … Read more
From school to university: What’s different?
Being a student ambassador, I am lucky enough to meet prospective students throughout the year and help guide you into choosing the university and course … Read more