To celebrate the end of exams, I made this delicious chocolate cake. It was a real treat for the end of term, so I thought i’d share it with you!
At the end of the university year approaches, i’ve thought of a few reasons why staying in Sheffield is a great way to spend your summer holidays! Continue reading
So many students eating habits go out the window when it comes to exams and deadline season, but cooking is a great way to have a break from studies. I was an awful cook before I came to university, but now I absolutely love making food. Having something tasty to look forward to for lunch can get you through a stressful day! Continue reading
I was very relieved this week to find out that I had passed my Sheffield Graduate Award, which I will be awarded in my graduation ceremony, after doing many extracurricular activities outside of my degree during my three years at university! I would encourage anyone in first or second year of university to sign up to the award!
The award is a ‘degree plus’ programme, which recognises extra-curricular activities outside of your degree. The award shows a commitment to improving skills, leadership, and personal development. These are all qualities employers love, so unsurprisingly, graduates with this award are highly sought after in the job market! Continue reading
As a final year geography student, I was blessed with completing the dissertation module during first semester, earlier than most degree subjects. However, and luckily for you, this means that I’ve picked up a few tips on the way that will be useful for those undertaking the project this semester. Continue reading
We all have that exhilarating feeling annually post exam period. Fantastic! Three entire months of summer freedom! Then, approximately one week later, I am going crazy with what to do, already deep into my overdraft. Well, this summer I decided to be productive with my time, while earning some money to fund my final year. Continue reading