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4 ways to save this January

4 ways to save this January

Undeniably, December is an indulgent month for many and quite often in more ways than one. You’ve probably eaten too much, drunk too much and ultimately spent too much. So why not start the year right? Be savvy with your money and make savings where you can, whilst...

5 of the most useful apps for students

It’s quite common these days for students to have a smartphone or tablet on them whilst studying at university or college. So, if you do, why not fully utilise your device by downloading some useful apps that will make student life easier, cheaper and much more fun?...
World Mental Health Day 2018

World Mental Health Day 2018

Tomorrow (10th October), is World Mental Health Day. The global day is a day for mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. And the focus of this year’s World Mental Health Day campaign is young people’s mental health. Mental health issues...

5 things to do in Fresher’s Week

Starting university this September? You’ve probably heard about Fresher’s Week and all the hype that goes along with it. However, it can be overwhelming at times, so we’ve pulled together some top tips on how to make the most out of your experience. 1. Meet new people...

Leaving your student accommodation

For many students, university has finished for another year and it’s almost time to move out of your student accommodation. But as you pack up your belongings and get ready to leave, you might be wondering what to do with some of your things. Below we have some...

Classic British dishes to warm you up

It might still be cold, dark and miserable out, but it’s not all bad. One of the best things about this time of year, is the warming home-cooked food you can enjoy; the perfect comfort after a busy day at uni. Here are some of our favourite classic British winter...