Leaving a university well-being meeting recently I was reflecting on all the great stress busting ideas being organised for students over the summer term. From craft activities to meditation, yoga and stroking dogs there’s plenty available. Why not schedule in some time during your revision to do something you’ll really enjoy? Here are some of … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: April 2016
Procrastinating on your career planning?
Are you guilty of putting off your career planning? I have some sympathy. I’ve been meaning to write this particular blog post for over two weeks now, but each time I’ve sat down to write it, I’ve somehow found something else to do. There are key reasons why we may put off doing things. In the … Continue reading
Should I graduate with a BSc or an Integrated Masters degree…?
This is a question that an increasing number of undergraduate students are asking careers consultants and personal tutors as a result of the increase in tuition fees in 2012. Integrated Masters programmes are enhanced undergraduate degrees and according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency, they have significantly increased in popularity (particularly in the natural sciences) … Continue reading