Student Life

  • Making the most of your summer holidays

    Summer is approaching and I am getting exciting day by day. I have a countdown in my head for when I can catch my flight and see my family again! As a medical student, our summer holidays keep on getting shorter and shorter as we reach a more senior stage. In 1st year we usually […]

  • Best revision resources for medical student

    Over the years in medical school, I have come across various online revision tools to help with my exams. Most of our foundation knowledge stems from our university tutorials and lectures. However, I have come across various online platforms that helped me consolidate my knowledge and gave me better clarity about certain subjects. Here, I […]

  • Eating out in Dundee – Heather Street Food

    Dundee is becoming warmer day by day and is promising us with sunny days. I have been enjoying going out to Magdalen Garden and having extra-long walks around river Tay to get to Heather Street Food.  The infamous food truck located around the V&A had launched itself last summer where they received incredible feedback for […]

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  • Schengen visa

    Living abroad has its perks of travelling around especially in different parts of Europe. Being an international student could mean that you might need a visa to get into some of the European countries. You might have come across ‘Schengen visa’ that basically allows access to about 26 countries that comprise within the Schengen-area. I […]

  • Movies at the DCA – a review

    When it comes to watching movies, me and my friends always choose the DCA. After a bit of researched I found out that it is the cheapest choice for students, with tickets costing £5.5, with the next cheapest movie theatre having tickets for at least £8 plus a bus ride since all other movie theatres […]

  • Moving out the guide: part 2

    I am sure everyone, including me, is currently stressing over exams, easter holidays and potentially, moving out. That’s why I decided to make this short and easy guide on how to move out, hassle-free. Here’s what you will need: Boxes and/or bags for packing Tape, lots and lots of it Permanent marker(s) Padlock, if your […]

  • Rating the jobs I’ve had this year!

    If you’re considering any of the jobs I will be mentioning, please don’t let my opinion/experience stop you from applying! Everyone has a different experience and just because mine were awful I’m sure that doesn’t mean that you will have a similar experience (hopefully). Professional cleaner Nope. Nope. Nope. Never again. You might wonder why […]

  • Should I watch this? 5 Netflix shows to binge this semester!

    I have recently been binging so much content on Netflix that I decided I should share my favourites so you have something new (or old!) to (re)watch this semester. Enjoy! The Big Bang Theory This one I binge watch in less than two months! That is 12 seasons the flew by so fast and left […]

  • How to spend a year and how not to end one

    January 1st 2022 – Many will be waking up hungover or at least exhausted from the past night’s celebrations, ringing in a new year, hopeful that this one may finally be pandemic free. Others will be heading out for a dook or exercising to start off their new resolutions.Not me this year – I got […]

  • Eating out in Dundee – Más

    One of my favourite Mexican places in Dundee is Más. This cute restaurant is located at the end of Perth Road, near Sainsburys. I have been going to this place for quite a while now especially on Tuesdays. Their ‘Tuesday Tacos’ deal gets you 50% off on all almost all tacos. So, the price originally […]