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10 things I learnt in my Freshers Year

Posted on 14 September 2014 by Rhian

1)Congrats! You’ve chose to study at Cardiff University.. the best city to live in the UK! And no, i’m not a biased Cardiff University student, its actually proven- Cardiff came top ! Wooo! ( And if you don’t believe me .. Google it 🙂 ). 2) You’ll have so many different groups of friends its
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4 Key Extra-Curricular areas to help build your CV

Posted on 16 July 2014 by Hannah

I got a really good question on Twitter this week asking: what are the kinds of extracurricular activities that you can do to help you get into psychology? The short answer is: pretty much anything! The most important part, in my opinion, is that you recognise what skills you feel you want to develop and
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The Cardiff Award!

Posted on 18 June 2014 by Nina

Hi guys! Long time no post – sorry about that, things have been getting a bit crazy round here. Most students get to do nothing after they finished exams but for me it’s been a bit of a manic rush to catch up on all the commission work that I put off during the exam
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Video Blog – Toby talks Freshers

Posted on 10 June 2014 by Toby

The Freshers period is often anticipated to be either one of the most exciting parts of coming to University or one of the worst, and it’s no surprise given its reputation. “Eat sleep rave repeat” becomes less of a Fatboy Slim lyric and more of a way of life, so here I’ve tried to provide
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Level 1 British Sign Language run by Cardiff University

Posted on 23 May 2014 by Nina

“Do you want to learn sign language?”  is where this all started, around this time last year. One of my friends suggested that we see if there were any spaces on the (usually oversubscribed) Level 1 British Sign Language course, run by the Skills and Development Service (a part of our University that runs loads
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What do you mean, you're disabled?

Posted on 9 May 2014 by Elli

I have a secret. It’s the worst kept secret in the history of secrets though. Everybody (well, everybody I know) already knows it. The secret is this: I have type 1 diabetes. *Gasp!* This means my pancreas stopped producing insulin, a hormone used to get glucose from your blood into your cells (around my 8th
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FAQs about Psychology at Cardiff University

Posted on 13 May 2013 by Hannah

Hi all! This blog has been inspired by my role as an ambassador for the school of psychology at Cardiff. Apart from writing this blog, my role is to be a point of contact both for prospective students and undergraduates to ask questions about my experiences with the course, the university and Cardiff in general.
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