Three things to look forward to when studying Archaeology at York

Great opportunities My favourite aspect of the Archaeology department is probably the number of opportunities that are available both as part of the course and outside of it. Within the course, I was able to choose from a wide range of modules for second year. I settled on prehistory themes, mummification and human bones. The … Continue reading Three things to look forward to when studying Archaeology at York

Studying at King’s Manor

King’s Manor is a Grade I listed building in York city centre. It is also the home of the University’s Department of Archaeology, Centre for Medieval Studies, and Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies.  Before I came to an open day, I didn’t know any of this. I actually wandered around West Campus for a bit … Continue reading Studying at King’s Manor

Top Tips to Coping With Stress

Stress and university work seem to go hand in hand. Don’t get me wrong, stress can be a good thing, motivating you to excel at work. However, often stress can overwhelm us students, causing more bad than good. But don’t threat! Here are my top tips to coping with stress, to ensure it doesn’t become a … Continue reading Top Tips to Coping With Stress