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.
Even though I have a nice big desk at home I can never seem to focus on my work when I am there. Home has too many distractions and I am always too tempted to make food, watch TV, chat to housemates or nap. So, if you are like me and need somewhere else to get cracking on work then here are my top 5 places on campus to study.
And remember, you’re at university. Take advantage! Talk to your tutors, use the library, join a study group, etc. Just don’t put off your work and don’t rush – it’s all going to be okay.
As soon as I came back to Manchester after summer it weirdly felt like I had never left. It was nice arriving in September this time and it feeling more like coming home, rather than the lost feeling I had arriving the previous September. I could also skip the whole trying to figure out where everything is around the uni and how everything works, so I got into the swing of things much quicker this year.
The library is a great place to find books. Obviously.
Pretty much all the books on the reading list are in the library, meaning that while you’re there, you may as well pick one or two up. You can keep them for 2 weeks and that should be enough time for anyone to get round to actually opening it.
It’s now been over a month that I have been in lovely España. Despite a few challenges, I’m so happy to say that I have settled in well and loving my new home. Here are a few of the things that I have experienced so far on my Erasmus year. Chances to see different places…
Find out how current student, Hannah prepared for her year studying abroad.
It’s September and we all know what that means, back to school season has begun. Or back to university for me, similar to starting back at school, apart from you aren’t just buying new stationery but also furniture and household supplies.
Get to know our Study Abroad Blogger Hannah