Why Should you Study Abroad?

Are you interested in studying abroad? Is the idea of spending a term or an even year in a foreign country calling to you, but you’re not quite sure if you should go or not? If you’re in any doubt and looking for a reason why, read on! …. By Ella Hillyard Speaking from personal […]

Referencing 101

Referencing is an academic convention that can provoke a lot of angst and worry amongst students. What is it? Why do I have to do it? How do I do it?… By Sam Johnson There is no getting away from referencing, it can be a time consuming and often frustrating process but the following advice will […]

Getting hold of your core reading

The start of term can be a bit of a whirlwind. There’s so many societies to join, people to meet and lectures to go to. Thinking about your core reading can sometimes take second place. Your heart might sink when you finally brave the Library only to find your course mates have beaten you to […]

Bullet Journal your way to Success

Bullet journaling is one of the simplest time management systems you can use. All you need is a notebook and a pen. It’s a super reflexive system that can help boost your productivity, especially if you’ve had trouble with the rigidity of more conventional diaries. Here’s a guide to setting up your own bullet journal… […]

Beyond the Campus Bubble

Living on a campus is a bit of a bubble: you study, sleep and socialise in one small place. But, there is life beyond the bubble! Whether that be in Coventry, Leamington Spa or even the other side of the world… how far will you go? … by Ciara Brodie When I accepted my place […]

Library round-up

The Library can seem like an overwhelmingly large, complicated collection of books, journals and online resources (and occasionally, dogs), especially in Term 1 when the building is full of new people. Perhaps that’s why so many people ask questions about how many visitors or books the Library has… By Chris Vernon   At the Library, […]

Obsessed with flash cards? Try this app

Flash cards are great. They’re quick and easy, perfect for testing your knowledge and helping you memorise information. So here’s the good news – now your smartphone can help you. Here’s how… Have you ever used flashcards to help you revise? Traditional flash cards involve writing a cue on one side of a card and […]

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