Life

How to balance your social life, societies and studies

Jack Webster

Jack Webster, a third year law student at the University of Leeds, has put together some tips and advice on how to balance your social life, societies and studies whilst at university.

Four fire safety tips for uni

Fire Protection Online

Fire Protection Online have pulled together four tips on how to stay safe whilst at uni, from how to prevent a fire starting, through to how to stay safe should the unexpected happen.

University bucket list

Naomi Soanes

Whilst the main reason to go to university is to end up with a degree, you’re also there to enjoy yourself and experience new things. Here are our top ten activities to add to your university bucket list.

Driving home for Christmas

Jessie Morris

You’ve submitted your final assignment, packed up your room and are heading home for a few weeks over the festive period. Before you set off, have you thought about your journey, here's five tips to keep you safe when driving this Christmas.

Love and protect your gadgets

Jessie Morris

It’s difficult to imagine life without a smartphone, laptop or tablet; how would we keep in contact with friends and family or update our social media? We’ve put together our top tips to make sure your gadgets are protected at all times.

Do I get a job at university?

Olivia Hinkley

Being a student can mean that you may be on a tight budget. A big question you might be facing is whether or not to take up a part-time job during your time at university. 2nd year Liv talks through the questions you should ask yourself.

Mother's Day on a budget

Pia Neave

Whilst Christmas doesn’t feel that long ago, we’re now in March and that means Mother’s Day is fast approaching. To help you make your mum feel special this Mother’s Day, without breaking the bank, we’ve put together five top tips.

What to do on arrival day

Pia Neave

Arrival day is one of the biggest days of your time at university and it helps to be prepared. To get you ready for the big day, we’ve put together a few useful pointers to help things go smoothly.

Seven essentials to take to uni

Pia Neave

You’ve been accepted into uni, you’ve found out which halls you’re in and now it’s time to pack. To help you out we've compiled a list of must-have items in order to get you prepared.

Five city breaks on a budget

Jessie Morris

Forget dreaming about flying away, grab your passport and check out these five cities you can visit even if you’re on a budget.

Ten absolute truths about uni

Endsleigh

From freshers flu to getting locked out, here are 10 truths about university from the perspective of a former politics student.

Your uni finances

Olivia Hinkley

University is one of the most exciting times of your life, but getting your head around your finances can seem daunting. Student, Olivia, run through her top tips!

Student Hacks

Pia Neave

To make your life as stress free as possible, we’ve put together ten of our top student hacks to make your life easier.

Save money this Valentines

Jessie Morris

After a long, cold month to start the New Year, love is in the air! We’ve put together five top tips on how you can save money this Valentine’s Day and make your other half feel special without spending a fortune.

Treat yourself this Valentines

Jessie Morris

Perhaps a singleton’s least favourite time of year, Valentine’s Day can come swooping in and soon the shops will be full of slushy cards this February. Fear not, there's plenty of ways to celebrate being single.

Christmas on a budget

Jessie Morris

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, until you’ve got an empty piggybank. Here's how you can save money without missing out on the Christmas spirit!

Student Checklist

Pia Neave

We’ve put together a few useful tips to help you get ready for uni and to help things go smoothly.

Packing for uni

UniBaggage

There’s nothing fun about sorting through all your belongings and figuring out what you need for an entire year. Here are five items you don’t need to take with you to uni on arrival day.

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