I’m Quratulaien, and I’m a third-year Sociology student at the University of York. I wrote this blog post for students who want to know the general day-to-day life of a sociology student. In the blog I mention how I spend my time as a student, social events you can be a part of outside of studying, and how I tried to make the most of everything available to me. There is a lot to enjoy about university, and I can understand how scary it can be not having an idea about where to begin. I hope my blog can make things a little easier for you and put things into perspective!
Hi, my name is Zoe and I am a third-year Sociology with Criminology student. I love York because it is such a welcoming place that has felt like a home away from home. I have made some amazing friends whilst being part of Langwith College and societies like Sociology Society and African Caribbean Society. Arriving … Continue reading Joining Societies at York
I’m Lucy and I’m studying Criminology at the University of York. I’m here to tell you about the reasons why you should be excited about your upcoming time at York! York is an incredibly unique city and the campus is gorgeous. The Sociology department is welcoming and friendly. You’ll meet so many people and study … Continue reading Things to look forward to about Sociology at York
My name is Zoe and I am a Second Year Sociology and Criminology from Essex. I am currently enjoying every aspect of living and studying in York and I am very glad I chose to attend this university. Not only have I made great friends, but I am able to study things I genuinely have … Continue reading Three things to look forward to about Sociology at York
Hi everyone, When I received my letter saying I had got my place at York, the realisation of moving away from home hit me like a truck and I suddenly became very nervous about this new stage of my life. However, the one part of the University which helped the transition was the Sociology department. … Continue reading Why I love Sociology at York