Here we are, The last month of university life has arrived. Yet the only nostalgia I am feeling is the worrying turmoil of examination anxiety. I always told myself that exam pressure would get less and less each year because you just get used to it! Nope, sorry to disappoint. I know everyone
Easter is nearly up and boy do I wish it would last a little longer. Not because I have deadlines coming up, or even because the end of Easter means the beginning of exams. Its that it means I have only 5 more weeks of University left and its all over. Real life starts!
Unfortunately in the past month I have done almost nothing blog worthy. Nothing. Not a smidge. It seems all I ever talk about is my encroaching deadlines. But being my fourth and final year, hard work is my lifeblood at the moment. Between the lectures and library sessions I can manage a
In case you did not realize, the rugby arrived once again last week and, as always, it delivered. One of the best things about living in Cardiff is the annual nation wide tribute to the six nations rugby competition. With the Millennium Stadium standing tall in the center of town, the hub of rugby day,
Although I have recently had exams and started my final semester of my degree I am not going to say a thing about them! Other than.. Yikes, almost at the end of the road. But this month I wanted to shine a light on the international prospects at Cardiff. The Global Opportunities Centre, GOC, are
Okay guys, so it is the last week before Christmas break and the tensions are high. As I said before the deadlines are now creeping over us and we are getting sucked into wells of despair. But! When I say we are getting sucked in to these despair wells, I now mean everyone else is!
As we close in on the end of the autumn semester it can only mean one thing… Christmas… nope The New Year’s good tidings… nahh The long drive back home to the loving family… hmm, as if. Then it can only be one thing. DEADLINES!! No matter what year you are studying there will always
I thought as the international rugby games are now upon us its worth a small blog to really emphasise the importance of rugby in Cardiff. Being a born and bred football fan I came to Cardiff without a single interest in the so called ‘real mans’ game. But after three years of it being thrust
Applications, Whatever it is you are applying for, a new job or getting into that dream university, there is always a whole bunch of hoops that need to be throwing yourself through. So timehopping back to when I first began looking at applying for university I didn’t really know where to start. Spoilt