I’m now well and truly on the “home straight” of my degree (which I cannot believe as I’m writing this!) and in the last year I’ve been thinking a lot about work and what I’m doing next. Where is my degree going to get me? What have I achieved in the last three years? What … Continue reading Work work work work work….
Right about now I’m sure you’re being constantly reminded how great University is (or might be for you!), the fun and excitement it entails… the topics you can delve into… yada yada yada… And I COMPLETELY agree! In fact in the last few posts I’ve being trying to coax you into studying at York precisely because … Continue reading If you need a helping hand …
Last time I was babbling on about how great the variety available in PEP degrees is. Although, it’s come to my attention that this flexibility can actually be a cause of concern for many uncertain and weary onlooking sixth formers. Most of the time, at York, PEP students aren’t just in lectures and seminars with … Continue reading The PEP Identity at York
Aside from being constantly quizzed on current affairs from all your non-PEP friends, and being repeatedly labelled as “one day running the whole country”, a big benefit (at least in my view!) about being a PEP student at York, is the variety on the course. From the ethics of sexual consent to financial markets. From … Continue reading Variety, variety and more variety! One perk to being a PEP student at York.
The decision to go to university is huge, it’s not one to be taken lightly. University life brings with it many changes. In particular, the way you study and learn changes quite dramatically. So, with the hope of helping you grasp what exactly you may be letting yourself in for if you choose to study in … Continue reading What you’re letting yourself in for