The Study Blog connects you with information, support and the Warwick community. It’s about your study experience, the highs and lows, with posts offering tips on how to best navigate your studies. We are based at the University of Warwick Library, with our posts written by both students and staff. We like sharing our knowledge with everyone, so while we are here for Warwick students, we also welcome any readers who need a hand with university life.
Blog posts are published every Thursday. We publish on a wide variety of topics, but for your easy reading, we have categorised them into five main categories, which you can access via the tabs at the top of each page.
The Library hosts all the information you need to know about Warwick Library, from the different study spaces on campus, to the wide variety of services on offer.
Degree Essentials is all about your university basics, including seminars, lectures and labs, revision and exams, and academic writing and dissertations.
Study Hacks is all about studying most effectively, providing advice on time management, organisations, the bets study apps to use, and your study environment.
Looking After You is the place for wellbeing and work-life balance support around studying, such as setting goals, taking breaks, and avoiding burnout.
Student Life is a mix of wonderful university life, from sports and societies, career planning and part-time jobs.
Your Experiences are the more personal musings from our bloggers on a wide range of topics.
If you want to reach us directly for questions, or for the opportunity to share your experience on our blog, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Iona Craig (she/her)
I am currently completing a Clinical Psychology masters after completing my undergrad at Warwick. I really enjoy blogging on mental health topics, especially focusing on small practical tips that are easy to implement into everyday life. Alongside my degree I really enjoy playing netball, running and anything horse related. You can follow me on Instagram @ionaa.craig or connect with me on LinkedIn at Iona Craig.
Read posts by Iona here.
Angel Sun (she/her)
Angel is a second-year undergraduate student studying History. She loves writing and watching films. She is also a sweetaholic who fills her shelve with chocolate and freezer with ice cream. You can follow her on LinkedIn @angelsun.
Read posts by Angel here.
Edward Stanbury (he/him)
Edward is a BSc Management student at WBS, with a passion for creative writing. He particularly enjoys writing informative, evidence-backed blogs. When he’s not writing, you will see him playing the guitar, running or looking for internships! You can follow Edward on Instagram @edwardcstanbury or connect with him on LinkedIn at Edward Stanbury.
Read posts by Edward here.
Gunisha Aggarwal (she/her)
Gunisha is a first year BSc Economics student. Through her blogs, she hopes to share her experiences as an international student at Warwick. She is intrigued by the ethics of AI and behavioural economics. Her hobbies include reading books, writing fiction, designing app prototypes, and playing table tennis. In her spare time, she enjoys critiquing haute couture from the comfort of her couch. You can find her on Twitter @gunishaagg and LinkedIn @gunishaaggarwal.
Read posts by Gunisha here.
Abbie Farsiani (she/her)
Abbie is a 4th year student who studies English and Hispanic Studies. After a year abroad, she is excited to return to campus for her final year and share some advice to readers about her overall experiences. Outside of her studies, Abbie loves listening to different genres of music and has recently started teaching herself guitar. You can follow Abbie on Instagram @abbiefarsiani.
Read posts by Abbie here.
Ellie King (she/her)
Ellie is the blog editor of PhD Life and The Study Blog. She is a third year PhD student in WMG researching visitor experience and evaluation in museums with Oxford University Museum of Natural History. In her spare time you can find her doing yoga, reading books, and decorating her new house. You can follow her on Twitter @ellietheking and on LinkedIn @ellietheking.