Matthew

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  • Personal Statement... where do you start?

    If you are starting to think about applying to university in September then you will probably be starting to think about (and hopefully not panic about!) your UCAS personal statement. Writing a personal statement is somewhat like beginning to write...

  • What do you with 4 months of summer?

    It's May and that means one thing for any student whether you're doing your A levels or your degree - it's cramming time. It's time to catch up on all the work you didn't do during the year because you...

  • International Management and Modern Languages - French

    International Management & Modern Languages - French. I'm going to start off by abbreviating it to "FIMML", for obvious reasons. This is the course I chose two years ago when I firmed my UCAS choices and so far, I definitely...

  • Budgeting as a first year

    I often want to spend my money. All of it. Including the £1500 interest free overdraft which isn't actually my money. This is a poor life choice, don't do it. Let's put things in perspective. I have £10.00 in my...

  • It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas

    Mulled wine, Bailey's hot chocolates, chestnuts roasting on an open fire (or in the microwave if you're a student). Yes, it can only mean one thing - it's almost Christmas and there are definitely many worse places to spend Christmas than Bath....

  • Getting a job at Uni

    A lot of students will be searching for part time work at university – it helps you gain experience of the workplace and also gives you a little bit of extra cash each week. The first thing you need to...

  • New city, new life, new frying pan.

    For most undergraduates, the pre-university thought process goes something like this: “Will I need a frying pan? How many plates do I need to bring? Do I buy my stationery when I get there? Is it stationery or stationary? I...