Whether you’re hitting the town for a night of clubbing, attending a local comedy night or simply enjoying a dinner and drinks, taking precautions is essential to ensure you have a fun and secure night out.
While you’ll be studying, partying and snoozing with the best of ‘em at university, hopefully you’ll manage to factor in some downtime for reading. What better way to kick off a new term than with a list of 6 amazing books set at universities!
As we creep towards a new term, it’s important to start thinking about how you can become your most productive self this academic year. It’s important to find the right balance between having fun at university and investing in your studies, so here are some of our best productivity tips for a new term…
You might have less space than you do at home, and carting multiple suitcases with you to your accommodation can be a nightmare! But that being said, you do need enough clothes that you’re not constantly having to do laundry. With all of this in mind, here are some staples that you need to pack with you for your university wardrobe!
For many of you reading this, it will be your first time living away from home and that might be scary or overwhelming. It is actually the start of a really exciting adventure, so let us help you feel prepared with these tips for moving into student accommodation.
Moving into student accommodation is, for many people, the first time they’ve moved out of the family home. Living alone (well, sort of) can take some time to adjust to – and cleaning is something you might not be up to speed on if your parents have always taken on that responsibility. So, here are some cleaning hacks and tips for student accommodation ahead of move-in date!
There’s still some summer left, regardless of what the weather has to say. We’ve rounded up some of the most exciting summer events happening in Hereford before term starts again, so you can have some fun before you get back to your studying.
Giving back to society is a really important habit to get into, and if you can establish this as part of your life during your time as a student it will set you in good stead to continue this into adulthood. There are many opportunities to give back as a student, and we’ll share some in this blog post to give you an idea.
Budgeting is one thing all students need to think about, and this is becoming increasingly clear with the cost of living crisis. There are certain things you can cut back on in order to save money as a student, and these sacrifices are sometimes necessary. Let’s have a look at some of them…
If you’re planning on being in Gloucester over the Summer months, why not check out some of these really interesting events coming soon? You’re bound to find something fun that fits in your budget, giving you a chance to make memories before term starts again!