So it’s nearly the end of Term Two. I am half-way through my second year and about to finish my third placement. Where has the time gone? This term we have been busy with assignments and soon we have our Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE) slightly terrifying! We have been busy in the Clinical Simulation Unit … Continue reading Time flies when you are having fun…
Posts tagged with study
What can you do with Archaeology?
So, you’ve received your offers to study archaeology, and you may have already decided on your firm choice. This is when you start asking yourself… but what can I do with archaeology? Or at least, that’s what I started thinking when I was at your stage. Granted, this was mostly a result of friends and family … Continue reading What can you do with Archaeology?
Is there a life outside a nursing degree?
As you may have seen the undergraduate nursing degree course is very full-on, with an equal divide between placement and theory hours. However it is important to have a work-life balance. In this blog I’m going to share some of the things that I have undertaken, as well as opportunities and activities that you might … Continue reading Is there a life outside a nursing degree?
10 reasons why I chose York, and why you should too
To be perfectly honest, choosing where to study was a really tough call, and it was only after I started exploring the city and everything the University had to offer that I fell in love with it. If York is calling your name, like it was calling mine, here are 10 things you can look … Continue reading 10 reasons why I chose York, and why you should too
Third Year Dissertation Poster Sessions
At York, students get the chance to showcase their initial research into their dissertation topic. In the autumn term, there were dissertation workshops to help third years start researching; this term we get to show off the progress we have made. So, every week in spring term, about 20 or so students present their posters … Continue reading Third Year Dissertation Poster Sessions
It can be very overwhelming looking at different universities and the way they structure their courses. Above all, you have to pick the one that you think will be best suited to you. I choose York because I liked the way the course was structured over the three years as well as the variety of … Continue reading Politics@York
Christmas as a Criminology Student
Christmas is always the best time of the year to relax and unwind with family and friends. However when you are a student Christmas is still a time you feel you should be studying and continuing with your work. This Christmas has been a great one, with lots of fun activities happening throughout the festive … Continue reading Christmas as a Criminology Student
Why should you choose York for History? A student view.
Picking a university is hard. It’s one of the biggest decisions you’ll ever make in your life, and it’s completely understandable if you’re nervous. So let me tell you why I chose the department, and explain two of the great things about York – the colleges and the city. Firstly, the department. You’ve probably spent … Continue reading Why should you choose York for History? A student view.
Studying in TFTV
Hello! How was your Christmas? I hope Santa brought you everything you wanted and that you stuffed your faces and had a great break! (In any order). In this blog post I thought it’d be a good idea to tell you about the sort of things I get up to in a typical week studying … Continue reading Studying in TFTV
A little bit about labs
In my last post I mentioned that I was doing a lab report but I realised that you guys probably don’t know what that, or labs in general, really involve. So here goes… Before I came to uni I had an idea in my head what labs would be like. Most of these involved me wearing … Continue reading A little bit about labs