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Being a humanities student is definitely challenging. There are piles of reading to be done, essays to be written and exams to be crammed for. As a third year Journalism, Creative Writing and English student, I’ve definitely encountered my fair share of challenges during the years. Here’s what I think the hardest parts of my degree are.
Nido – West Hampstead was transformed into glitz, glam, a bit of grunge and a lot of colour, as one of our residents, Kyarah Boon, and her classmates ran their very own 90s event in our common room as part of their end of year module in Events Management at The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance.
Adapting to a different culture can be daunting, so we asked a few of our residents for the tricks they used to turn their new city into somewhere they can call home.
It’s been said by someone much wiser than us that our first and last love is self-love.
With the help of recruitment and industry experts, we’ll go into how you can get a head start when it comes to job applications, learning essential skills and nailing those all-important interviews.
With the Christmas break over and done with, getting back into the swing of things as the upcoming term begins can be difficult. After a few weeks of over-indulging, it’ll be early starts, late night library sessions and endless essays filling up your schedule very soon. Alongside the usual uni work, balancing your social life and health means there’ll be a lot on your plate over the next few months.