Featured

  • Quick Trip to London | Weeks 15+16

  • Managing studying and work while at university

    It is not always easy to manage going to university when you need to make money, especially during the cost of living crisis the UK is currently going through. When I first started working as a university student, my main concern was balancing my time between lectures and work, just as most students do too. […]

    Tags:

  • A Gatsby Party + Whisper Challenge | Weeks 13+14

  • Sea of opportunities!

    University is a time of endless opportunities, often we students don’t realise how much is available to us and how many events, workshops or extra activities we can attend. As a transfer student (I have changed my course from Product Design to Environmental Science) I’ve decided for myself that I will jump at any opportunities […]

  • A visit to the Botanical Garden

    A visit to the Botanical Garden As mentioned in my earlier blog on the James Hutton Institute, there are places in Dundee that encourage plant enthusiasts.  One such place is the Botanic Garden, curated by the University of Dundee. This place is not too far from the City Centre and easily accessible via Xplore Dundee’s […]

  • What is GEM? Should I enrol?

    An undergraduate degree in Life Science here at Dundee is fuelled with many opportunities to undertake an Entrepreneurial perspective as part of the course. Some of these opportunities include the Scientific Enterprise –like optional modules you will encounter during your first and second year. But in addition to those modules, multiple masterclasses are organised by […]

  • Back for one last semester! Weeks 12+13

  • Things to consider when picking a University that is right for you

    Picking a university right for you while weighing the pros and cons of other influencing factors such as location, cost of living and commute time can be stressful, but here are some things I considered before confirming my offer with Dundee. Program transferabilityProgram transferability is your primary focus. Therefore, before submitting my choices to UCAS, […]

  • Low dopamine mornings: a game CHANGER.

    If you ask the majority of students, what is the first thing they do when they wake up in the morning? The answer usually tends to be to check their phone. Whether it is a quick scroll on social media, responding to texts, or checking your email to see what you missed while asleep. Unfortunately, […]

  • A fresh start

    A new semester has begun, and with it, the campus is again busy with students. Seeing this bustle on campus after a slow winter hibernation is nice. And with this new semester, I am sure you must be enjoying some of the new modules and their lectures.Of course, some of us are certain about our […]

    Tags: