Life at UCB through the eyes of our student bloggers

Month: July 2022

Beating Boredom

Beating Boredom

You may question the title of this blog if you’re new to university or haven’t started yet. How can you be bored? After the first few months of freshers, making new friends and getting used to your new classes, the pace of life at university […]

Destination food

Destination food

It is funny when you think about the origin of things and how some places have become synonymous with a certain product, food being a good example. And if you are ever short of a Christmas party game, just see how many you can think […]

The Results are In…

The Results are In…

This week I found out my university results. I am really proud to say that I achieved a first class honours! No matter what result I got, it would have been a great day – simply finishing a three-year degree, especially during Covid, would have […]

The Importance of Saying No

The Importance of Saying No

This blog is going to be slightly different from some of my others but it’s something I feel is important and something that has really affected me. Over the last three years while I have been at university, I have been spreading myself far too […]

Where has all the time gone?

Where has all the time gone?

Where did the academic year go? Gone in a flash! For some it has been that first journey of discovery: new digs, new friends and a new way of learning. For others it was about consolidating all those things in a second year of study. […]

The 5 ‘W’s of Time Management

The 5 ‘W’s of Time Management

Managing my time was probably one of the hardest things about university for me. In sixth form and school, managing my time was never as much as a problem because I only had a weekend job and I was living at home. Moving to university […]

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try and try again

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try and try again

At the start of the academic year, I told you a little bit about my adventures over the summer of 2021, and one of the highlights was the Foodies Festival at Tatton Park and meeting a MasterChef finalist. I enjoyed it so much that it […]