Often students are required to prepare an essay in advance of the supervision, which is then read aloud and discussed in the session.
Some students report that every lecture was essential to their course (if you’re a medic, you can’t exactly skip over the day they talk about the knee), others that they were more optional and worth attending only when relevant to your current area of study.
Here are our top lecture tips: University food can be notoriously hit-and-miss, with some students giving rave reviews of their café or formal hall fare and others reporting inedible and unidentifiable gloop!
Just remember that as time goes on your academic commitments are likely to become more time-consuming, so make sure you leave yourself enough time to get all your work done!
Most university towns are packed with nightspots and the clubs and bars will usually have various university student nights on offer.
Hopefully, this will be helpful to all our readers who are contemplating the next step to higher education and finding it difficult to imagine just exactly what it might entail.
The rising times of university students are notoriously erratic and varied!
For more than 125 years and through nine successive heads of school, Marlborough has nurtured and cherished a number of traditions, each holding its own unique place in the life of the school, its students and alumnae.
10th Grade students create and present a banner embodying the best characteristics of their class.
Following a comment from ‘Girlinthehaze’ on our recent ‘Top 10 UK Universities’ article, we have delved into the experiences of university students across the country to bring you this report from the academic frontline!
Of course every university students experience is different and varies according to the subject you are studying and the specific institution you attend, but we hope our ‘day in the life’ will give a helpful idea of the sort of day-to-day experience you can expect from a UK university.