I worry. I’m not a low-key worrier: I stress about practically everything that I possibly can! From worrying about whether I have locked the back door when I go out or worrying when I see over twelve assignments sat in my ‘to-do’ list on QMPlus… After chatting to some of you during our navigator … Continue reading Top tips on: assignment stress
Early bird, gets the worm. We live in a competitive world. There is no hiding from the fact that we will be entering the dreaded job market at some point in our lives. Over the last two years at University, I found starting to think about careers early is good policy. QMUL provides a … Continue reading Top tips on: careers
Hello, guys and welcome! Ok, so down to the nitty-gritty. You’re a fresh wee tadpole in the big ol’ university pond, and you’re going to find your feet much faster with a heads-up on who the key players are. Consider this a friendly who’s who guide to the School of Geography in your first … Continue reading 2017 Key Academic Staff
You may have recently heard about the Succeed Project or even watched some of the online videos featuring some of the Geography undergraduates/graduates at QMUL. So what is the Succeed Project and what are its aims? The Succeed Project consists of a range of online videos which provide useful tips and advice for prospective university … Continue reading The Succeed Project
Source: Kiss95.5FM Throughout the year you may hear the words ‘extenuating circumstances’ or EC’s being mentioned by lecturers, but you’re probably a little thrown as to what they are? EC’s are circumstances beyond your control which can negatively affect your ability to sit an exam or undertake assessments such as coursework or group presentations. Below are … Continue reading ECs: what are they?