As a vegetarian and a wannabe-vegan-who-can’t-resist-cheese, I can honestly say I have never struggled to eat out in Manchester with so many amazing independent plant-based restaurants and larger chains coming out with meat alternative options. This list is not in order of ranking but is roughly ordered by the proximity of the restaurant to the…
Starting at Manchester Metropolitan University in September? Have no clue where to start when it comes to choosing which student accommodation you want to live in? Then here is my run-down of a selection of Halls available that I know about personally or have had friends live in. Hopefully this can give you a bit more of an inside perspective of what it is really like to live in these places.
We’ve all been there; the dreaded job search trying to find something that we’re at least a tiny bit remotely interested in. And then, you finally come across a job description and you think: I could do that! But the one big barrier that’s standing in the way between you and that job is the crippling thought of writing a CV.
I’m a firm believer that money can never buy you happiness, but it can buy you a train, bus or plane ticket
After returning to Manchester after the break I felt for the first time that I’d settled into university life.
My first piece of advice would be, in order to become more active you have to WANT to do it – not “need” to do it.
You aren’t working on more than two units at a time, which allows you to focus on the projects. The deadlines are also nicely spread out. <a href="”> Read More…
There are many, many places to eat in Manchester, but these are the places you need to try!
Hi I’m Alice and I’m currently studying a postgraduate degree in Marketing and Creative Advertising! After graduating in 2017 with a media and communications degree, I wasn’t quite sure what career I wanted. I knew I was creative, but also liked the marketing aspect. So, I decided to take a year out, get some experience with internships, and then researched doing a masters… which leads me to my course at Manchester Met.
All in all, A levels are a bit of a headache. However, if you put your mind to it, the situation probably doesn’t have to be as daunting as I made it for myself.