If you have the passion and drive to represent postgrads, nominate yourself to become a GSA Sabbatical Officer. Nominations are now open for the GSA elections. Find out about positions you can run for and more about the process on the GSA website. Nominations close on Friday 8 May. GSA elections
The Graduate Students’ Association has a range of online activities to see you through.
The Graduate Students’ Association (GSA) is an organisation for postgraduate students (Masters and PhD students) that arranges activities. It also provides support in students’ academic and well-being. As a postgraduate student, I have been involved in different kinds of activities, ranging from welcome week events, parties and trips. I have met a lot of new … Continue reading What is the GSA? What does it involve?
Applying to study a Masters degree can be a stressful time. And it doesn’t help that there are always rumours flying about what postgraduate study is really like. I’ve just finished my first semester as an MSc Bioarchaeology student, and I wanted to sift through the rumours and myths about PG study for anyone who’s … Continue reading Rumours About Masters Degrees (and why they’re not true)
In week 3, the GSA is hosting a range of activities for both new and returning students as part of their Welcome Back Week (20 – 26 January)
Read the Graduate Students’ Association guide to Christmas on campus – including social events, catering opening times, student support services availability, and emergency information.
What could you do with £1000?
Summer is here! This means the end of lectures, some (hopefully) consistent weather, and for me and my year-group; a long run-up to the final dissertation hand-in. With all my teaching now completed, I thought I’d take this opportunity to reflect on the year and share five things I wish I’d known at the start … Continue reading 5 Things I Wish I Knew Before my Masters’