I know starting university can be a very stressful time especially if you had to go through clearing and find last minute accommodation, here are five tips I wish I had known before starting my course. Don’t buy books if you don’t have to. I’m an English student so there was a lot of reading…
To be completely honest before university I was in a rut, my boyfriend dumped me, I’d fallen out of love with acting and I worked over forty hours a week at a mind-numbing job. Sound familiar? I was desperate for the fresh start and creative focus that university gave me. Coming from a small town…
We know that starting university can seem a bit scary and you probably have a lot of questions that you want to ask. To help you settle in, we’d like to invite Manchester Met undergraduate applicants that are starting university this September to join our Facebook communities. Here you can chat to fellow students starting…
After returning to Manchester after the break I felt for the first time that I’d settled into university life.
We’ve put together a ‘key dates’ infographic which shows the important dates that you should be aware of to help make the transition to becoming a university student that little bit smoother!
Student blogger Toby discusses how he feels now about the things that scared him before he started university
current student Toby shares his tips for new students on how to make friends at university
find out what student blogger Georgie is missing about being a student in Manchester whilst she is back at home for the summer vacation.
read about Student Rep Toby’s goals for the second year of his BSc (Hons) Psychology degree
find out what Student Rep Izzy has ticked off her bucket list during her first year at Manchester Met and what she has got left to do