The sun is scorching, bearing its harsh light onto students who continue to study over the summer. It becomes humid, suffocating and very sweaty! However, there are quite a few hacks that can be incorporated to make working much easier, no matter the temperature!… By Kayvon Taee
More often enough, students are so engrossed into our studies that we forget to appreciate the world around us. Continuing from part 1, more suggestions are provided here to make the summer the best it can be!…By Kayvon Taee
Are you still around to finish your dissertation this summer? Feeling a little isolated from others? If you need to have some refresh while working on your dissertation, there will still be loads of fun events coming up for postgraduates!… By Maki Nakamatsu
After a year’s worth of exams, assignments and stress, it’s really nice to be able to wind down for a while. However, many students get too adjusted to summer life and find the transition back to uni very difficult! This two-part series aims to provide some suggestions on how to have a productive summer, whilst resting from the uni life at the same time!...By Kayvon Taee Continue reading “Don’t waste your summer away: How you can make the most of your summer today! (Part 1)”
It feels so strange! You’ve spent a year living and studying in a foreign country, away from your friends and family and now you’re back, exactly where it all began. What do you do with yourself now?… by Ella Hillyard Continue reading “What to do once you’re home from your study abroad year”
So you’ve not got an internship lined up for summer. Maybe you’re still looking for a way to use the summer months to help give you a head start in your career? If you’re lucky enough to know the career path you want to take, an internship could be great for you. However, they aren’t the only way to improve your employability.
Many congratulations are in order. Well done for finishing another year. Exams are over and the dissertation is finished. Whether this is your final farewell to Warwick or you’ve just completed your first year, here are some things to reflect on… by Amy Preston