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.
Let’s fast forward a year… you will have just completed your first term at the University of York, about to start your second term and ready to sit those all important exams! So what will you have just experienced? Freshers’ Week Freshers’ Week kick-starts the uni experience. A week packed full of socials, nights out, … Continue reading Your first term at York: What to expect
Now you know how to impress your flatmates with some homemade veggie burgers (see last blog post if you’re wondering what on earth I’m talking about), it’s probably time to talk about what else you’ll be doing at University – studying. I remember the exact moment I decided York was the place to go to … Continue reading Studying Linguistics at York
Hello people-who-are-considering-studying-English-Literature-at-York! It may seem far off now but before you know it A-levels will have been and gone, and you’ll suddenly have to start working out how many pairs of socks one requires to survive at university (14 works for me). That’s why you need to begin mulling over exactly which university you shall … Continue reading English Lit November 2015