Life at UCB through the eyes of our student bloggers

Month: September 2019

The End of Summer

The End of Summer

Hello, hello, hello, everyone!!!! I hope you are okay. I want to share with you my driving licence experience and tell you what I learned about it. I am not sure if you’ve already got your licence or you are preparing for it, but either […]

Cannock Chase

Cannock Chase

Hello again! As it’s the perfect weather for walking, I thought I’d share with you my favourite local place to go for it! Cannock Chase is about 18 miles away from Birmingham city centre so it’s about half an hour away by car. It’s a […]

UCB Freshers 2019

UCB Freshers 2019

Hello everyone! I hope you are having a good start to September and are all sorted with your accommodation. There is a lot in store for you all this month. The UCB Guild along with Naughty Horse have organised Freshers 2019, with events going on until the 27th so you will […]

For the sake of sleep, UCB ready!

For the sake of sleep, UCB ready!

With the summer holidays nearly over, I’ve been trying to get back into some form of routine, adjusting my sleep pattern and turning those late nights around so that I can be in bed at a decent hour – for the sake of sleep! Unfortunately, […]

Summer Job

Summer Job

Hello, hello, hello, everyone!! Counting the days to start or go back to uni??? I am!!!! Today I thought after telling you last week about my “Highest Pressure Opportunity” that it would be nice telling you all about my summer job. This summer was my second […]

Save Lives, Give Blood

Save Lives, Give Blood

  Hello again!! For a long time, I have wanted to donate blood and in August 2019 I finally registered myself as a blood donor. I was made aware of donating blood when I was quite young as my dad and granddad have done it […]

Getting started at Uni

Getting started at Uni

Hello again everybody! Since August has come to an end and uni is around the corner, I’ve received many enquiries as some people seem to be perplexed as to what they need to bring with them for their enrolment/induction at UCB. To keep things simple, organise […]