Managing Online Lectures

Posted on 28 May 2020 by Rowenna Hoskin

Thanks to Covid-19 and the government enforced lockdown, university systems and how lectures are delivered have been impacted in universities up and down the country. For many, this has meant online lectures, and it’s likely that some lectures may still be online for the 2020/21 year starting in September. While online lectures are certainly different, they really
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Top 10 Tips to Stay Productive at Home

Posted on 28 May 2020 by Rowenna Hoskin

Covid-19 has turned our lives upside down, altered our way of life and created many obstacles – one of which is studying at home.  Some of you may have brothers and sisters who make it difficult to stay focused and stay on task. You may find it hard to motivate yourself as it doesn’t feel like ‘real work’ since you’re not
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5 Things University has Taught Me

Posted on 22 May 2020 by Ellie

It’s official! I have finally handed in my very last assessment and have completed my degree at Cardiff University. What a three years it has been, and I can say with my whole heart that it has been the best three years of my life. It is a strange feeling now that I have finished.
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Studying during COVID-19

Posted on 21 May 2020 by Jess

During my time at university, we have experienced an unexpected outbreak of COVID-19. University has been very supportive during this time so I wanted to write a blog to inform prospective students of this, in case a similar situation was to occur again.  This unexpected pandemic came fast once Coronavirus had come into the United
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Support available at University

Posted on 19 May 2020 by Jess

During my time at university, I have always wanted to know that there is support available if I need it. Cardiff University has a wide range of support services available. This blog covers the general support available at Cardiff University.  Money is something students worry about on a daily basis. The Advice and Money service
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Preparing for Online Assessments

Posted on 27 April 2020 by Zoe Petre

Given the current circumstances, the majority of us will now undertake online exams and assessments in place of our usual face-to-face exams. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for these. Structure Your Days With there being no real routine or structure to our days recently, it’s important to try and create some
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Societies

Posted on 22 April 2020 by Jess

Why go to a society?  Societies are a great way to meet new people of all ages, from a range of different courses, and accommodation options. Societies give you a chance to meet people with similar interests to you, whether that’s baking, dancing, singing – and so much more. In addition to this, there is
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Student Life Vlogs – Integrated Master’s

Posted on 20 April 2020 by Dan

First vlog in over a year. Hello! I’m back again since finishing my third year and almost completing my fourth. In this video I give a quick update as to what I’ve been up to and I talk a little about integrated master’s programmes. As always, feel free to ask questions in the comments, I
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5 Cheap and Healthy Meals

Posted on 18 April 2020 by Rowenna Hoskin

 Cheap Meals to Cook without missing out on juicy flavours  Being a student is tough, you have to juggle your finances and social life. Where does food fit into all of that? Dominoes or Fam Fish. Take away, or even just weekly Tesco shops can really affect your budget. Home cooking is the answer; not only is it a great skill to have, but it is
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