Tommy

Tommy

Hello there! My name is Tommy and I am a 1st Year Human Geography student. Joining Cardiff University was a huge achievement for me and I look forward to sharing my experiences and providing tips for prospective students. Cardiff is an extremely diverse and vibrant city with lots of areas to explore and have fun! My hobbies include Football, Motor Racing, Basketball, Running and basically anything involving sport! I am also a keen traveller and sightseer and I love to explore new places! I am also available to talk to on the UniBuddy app, so if you have any questions or queries, please do not hesitate to ask!


Latest posts

The Transition from Rural to Urban Life

Posted on 30 April 2021 by Tommy

With Cardiff having a population of more than 350,000 people it can be quite a daunting experience, especially if you’re moving from the peace and tranquillity of the countryside to the hustle and bustle of the big city. Obviously some students absolutely love the idea of moving from the remoteness and isolation that can come
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5 Tips for Part-Time Job Interviews

Posted on 1 March 2021 by Tommy

Let’s face it, with all the alcohol you’re likely to be consuming whilst at uni, you’re going to have to find a way to fund all of those pints that you’re going to buy. So unless you can find somewhere where money grows on trees, then you’re probably going to have to find some part-time
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St David’s Day in Cardiff

Posted on 18 February 2021 by Tommy

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Wales? Well yes, it probably is rain, but on a more positive note, perhaps it’s those eccentric people wearing massive daffodils on their heads or maybe it’s the iconic rugby union team that wish they were as successful as their English neighbours! Regardless,
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The 5 Best Places to Run in Cardiff

Posted on 1 February 2021 by Tommy

What’s the best way to cure a hangover after a heavy night on the booze? Going on a well-refreshed run in the great outdoors (although you could argue that in Wales there’s nothing great about being outdoors due to the unpredictability of the Welsh weather!). Either way, it is actually true that a run is
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