A health blog bringing you tips, news and student experiences about creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle
Returning to a place I once called “home”
Psychology student Kaylee Low shares her experiences of returning home after studying in the UK and offers some insightful and practical solutions to dealing with reverse culture shock. Home has changed, and so have I. The shock hit me when...
Celebrating Eid al-Fitr
Shuchi, one of our ambassadors, tells us a little more about Eid al-Fitr and shares some of the celebrations which surround the religious holiday. Hello, and Eid Mubarak to you all! For those of you who don’t celebrate Eid or...
Preparing for next year
Aneekha, a psychology student, shares some tips below for students who will be returning to Bath after the summer break. So I am sure that we are all looking forward to the summer - longer days, no classes and the...
Life in the UK with Karen Ma
Each month we ask our International Wellbeing Ambassadors some questions to find out how they’ve got on living in the UK. This month we hear from Karen, a Psychology student who is originally from Hong Kong. What is the biggest similarity between...
Ramadan Explained: My experience celebrating it at university
Hear from one of our student ambassadors Eman as she explains her experience of Ramadan at university. The month of Ramadan… we have all heard about it; we know it happens every year for a month and it is considered...
Life in the UK with Eman
Each month we ask our International Wellbeing Ambassadors some questions to find out how they’ve got on living in the UK. This month we hear from Eman, an Accounting and Finance student who is originally from Pakistan but has been living in...
This month marks the annual Holi festival and psychology student, Aneekha Bal, shares her experiences of this celebration: Holi, also commonly known as the festival of colours, is the celebration of victory over evil. Many will be celebrating the holiday...
Life in the UK with Aneekha
Each month we ask our International Wellbeing Ambassadors some questions to find out how they’ve got on living in the UK. This month hear from Aneekha, a Psychology student from India and the UK. What is the biggest similarity between your hometown/country...
Tips to maximise your budget
Psychology student Shuchi Naik shares her tips on maximising your budget: As students, we are notorious for not having nearly enough as much as we’d probably like to spend. Between tuition, course materials, rent, food and living in an expensive...