Oh, the old student budget. It is an old chestnut which daunts almost every student that enrolls in higher education. Last year, we ran a survey among Geography Students and found that when they were going through their transition from School or College to University, the financial aspect of moving to QMUL within London was what they worried … Continue reading Empty Pockets?
Being within the country’s capital brings with it certain advantages that many cities simply do not have and we insist that you take up every opportunity that is brought to you whilst living in this thriving metropolitan community. You shall soon come to know that a tube is never more than 4 minutes wait at Mile End Underground … Continue reading Ahh, the big smoke…
Hello Freshers of 2014/15, I’m Lucy, and in September I’ll be heading into my second year at QM to continue reading for a BA in Geography. To say I am excited is a complete understatement as, throughout the whole summer, I’ve been suffering with severe uni withdrawal; a condition I am certain you’ll be able … Continue reading Meeting The Team (Part Two of Three) – Lucy
There’s a reason why the student satisfaction rates here at QM within our department are as high as they are. The School of Geography in all of its L shaped glory is a beauty to behold. The friendliest staff and needless to say, fantastic bunch of students, make the School the wonderful, unique place that … Continue reading The School
antennas.eecs.qmul.ac.uk QMUL is a truly extraordinary place. Within this section of the blog, we shall not be regurgitating university league figures or student satisfaction stats – we shall instead be offering you our own personal guides, tips and tricks about all things Queen Mary. From where different places are physically located on Mile End campus … Continue reading The University
Hello everyone, I’m Alice, I can’t quite believe it but this September I shall be heading into my third and final year at QM; I shall not dwell on this though for fear of a meltdown as the prospect of real, actual life after University is becoming an evermore scary reality with each passing day! You lucky Freshers have no such … Continue reading Meeting the Team (part one of three) – Alice
The Springboards Project is a unique student ran venture with the sole aim of easing the transition first year undergraduates face when moving from School or College to University. Established in 2013, the project is now in its fourth year. With a plethora of new students and veterans from previous year, we hope that Springboards … Continue reading About Springboards