Student Societies

  • Rotary Club

    This week’s been a bit longer, at least it felt longer and sluggish for me. As usual, there’s been work, lot of studies, lectures and thanks to the University and Claverhouse Rotary Club, I and 29 other international students had the opportunity to meet each other and meet those organized the Games Night (for those […]

  • What does it feel like to not be tired

    I haven’t posted anything for a long, long time but I promise I’m still here and you don’t have to worry. In comparison to life before university the last few weeks have been quite crazy -2.30 am finishes in the library really take it out of me! Hahahahhaha no that’s a lie. I seem to […]

  • Excuse me for not blogging last week

    Firstly, I would like to apologize for not writing any blog last week. I was going to send one just after the event with the Rector, but then I got occupied with writing a report which is part of the assessment, and I ended up spending my whole weekend with gathering information for the report, […]

  • Head in the clouds

    One of the main factors in my decision to study in Scotland was the opportunity to get out into the countryside more often. So when I had to finally commit myself to joining some sports clubs, I steered clear of those which involved the sports centre, and chose the Sailing and Rucksack (hiking and climbing) […]

  • Busy life in the University

    Less positive thing about living in the suburbs is that I have to travel too much. Far too much. Especially if this suburb is in another city than Dundee. Getting up very early in order to catch a bus means that my hours spent with sleeping are restricted. To meet the self-study requirements for every […]

  • First week

    Hi guys, I’ve been planning to write this post for a few days now but things just kept popping up.  It’s been a very eventful week. As you will soon notice, I will completely ignore Freshers’ week because if you’re here you know how it is and if you’re not here you should really find […]