I commute to university every day. I don’t mean I commute as in ‘oh, I live just two stops down on the central line’ I mean it as in ‘I leave my house two hours before class because I have to get a bus, the overground and then the underground to get to university’. If … Continue reading Top tips on: keeping boredom at bay during commutes
Before starting here at QMUL you might feel like you are going to be one of the few students who are commuting in from outside of East London. However, that’s far from the truth! Approximately 50% of QMUL geography students commute to university, whilst 25% of students commute to university from over an hour away. … Continue reading Ways to deal with reaally long commutes
Other than the fact that I can wake up to the comfort of my own bedroom, having my university so close to home has many other perks. The best part of being a local commuter for me is the fact that revision and exam periods are made easy for me to manage. With the … Continue reading Making the most of living 15 minutes away
Worried about commuting to university? Scared that you won’t make any friends? Worried that you may miss out on student life not living in halls?…Then this is the blog for you! Being a fresher and commuting to university may seem like a very scary thought at first, however it’s really not as bad as … Continue reading What’s it like commuting to university?
Unlike the majority of students in my class, I have always lived at home and therefore I have missed out on the experience of living in halls. I find that living at home and commuting to university (I get the central line from Shepherds Bush to Mile End in only half an hour!) has been beneficial for me. … Continue reading Top tips on: Studying at QM while living at home