reflections

  • One Semester Left

    It’s a joyous and wondrous thing, watching first years leave their little alcohol-bottle nests and go home.  Parents come in, hefting their hungover offspring into a small, too-full car and drive on their merry way. They’re done until the Autumn where they will be someone else’s problem, far, far away from me. Not us. We’re postgraduates! […]

  • #ByeBMSc

    I’ve been blogging for the university student blog for a little while now, it’s been a welcome change from my essays on patient cases, pathologies and biochemical cellular mechanisms. However, I’ve yet to post anything truly personal. I figured this would be the time to do so and share my thoughts on the academic year […]

  • Diary of a Postgrad student – Business vs Academia

    I’ve come at my Masters in a different way. I spent 20+ years as a business consultant. I helped businesses improve. I trained people on how to interpret data. I ran a callcentre and was responsible for profit and loss. And then I did a Masters in Psychology and it has been a bit of […]

  • My First Year Review

    I’ve come to the end of my first year of university and I’d love to share some of my experiences in a review of the year. Settling into living in Dundee was so easy for me. It seems like it only took me a few days to really get into it and feel like it […]

  • Reflecting on 2016.

    Hey there, Welcome to a new blog post! Although 2017 is already well underway, I felt that it is always important to reflect on the year that has just passed. 2016 has been described as being ‘the worst year’. I agree that there were a lot of difficult times with world crises, deaths and life changing […]

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