Rethinking Creative Career Planning

Considering a career in the creative industries can be a scary thought for undergrads, particularly after the pandemic. But how do you begin to plan a career which people often consider ‘risky’? This post can offer you some reassurance and tips for thinking about your creative career. I recently met with one of Warwick’s careers […]

Save Time without Cutting Corners

Balancing various different assignments can be tricky for any student. Give yourself the best chance of doing all your pieces of work to the best of your ability by using these time-saving tips…By Rachael Davies Use the tools available to you One of the biggest time-drainers in pieces of written work is referencing. Many students […]

Your Library: Behind the scenes

Library staff are here to connect you with information, support and your community but who exactly are they? Let’s take a glimpse behind the scenes… By Jenny McNally National Libraries Week is being celebrated at the University of Warwick Library from Monday 8th October 2018. If you have visited the Library, you will have probably […]

Mastering Warwick as a Postgraduate

Starting life as a postgraduate is exciting, but it can also be extremely daunting. While as an undergrad you would be in the same boat as all your classmates for three years, navigating a difficult but well-mapped-out route, as a postgraduate it’s easy to feel like you’re in a lifeboat by yourself in the uncharted […]

How to learn a language effectively

Sometimes more general study tips don’t apply to learning a new language. Sure you can memorise words, but that doesn’t always translate to being to able to fluently converse and read in the language. Here’s some #studyblog advice on the best ways to effectively learn a language… by Ella Hillyard As a modern languages student, […]

Tips for your your study abroad year

If you’re lucky enough to be studying abroad it’s easy to feel overwhelmed when you first get there. Here’s some tips on how to stay sane and make the most of your time when you arrive in your host country… by Ella Hillyard   After all the waiting and excitedly reading travel guides, you’ve finally […]

Patting away your exam stress…

Brace yourself… the PAT dogs are coming! That’s right, the most anticipated and exciting event on campus is here again! Read to find out more about what the charity Pets as Therapy do and how to sign up for your termly puppy cuddles… by Daryl Johnson Dogs are great. I would go so far as […]

Three Top Term 3 Tips

Term three can often be the most stressful part of the year. Despite exams and deadlines looming there’s no reason it can’t also be your most productive. Here are some key pointers to help you make the most of the final term of the year…By Rachael Davies. A big part of working productively and maximising […]

Balancing Sport and Study

Once again, Warwick defeated Coventry in the annual Varsity games. For many, sport is the highlight of university, but balancing a sport with a degree has never been the easiest. Here’s some advice for how to best succeed in both your studies and your sporting commitments… by Kumail Jaffer Across the pond in the U.S., being […]

Get Familiar: Learning Grid Rootes

Ever wandered into Costa and started to feel guilty, seeing loads of people walking past with books, in work mode? You’re getting coffee and they’re walking by, in a rush to do some serious studying. Where? It seemed that Rootes building definitely wasn’t cut out for all those hard-working students to be… learning? Here’s a […]

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