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4 August 2021   - Natasha
Currently I have just finished my second year and will be entering my third year at the University of Suffolk studying IT & Business Management in the autumn of 2021. During my first two years at University I have met loads ...
3 August 2021   - Natasha
Alex: Hi I’m Alex and I am the new President of Education.Meg: Hi I’m Meg and I’m the new President of Activities and Wellbeing. Why did you choose to run for President?Meg: Throughout my 3 years ...
21 July 2021   - Natasha
There is a lot to look forward to in Suffolk this summer. With some restrictions lifted, more events are able to take place. Read our pick of the fun things for all the family to do.Latitude Festival - 22-25 ...
16 July 2021   - Natasha
Is your child planning to go do University? If so, congratulations! University is an incredible experience, but like any change it can be daunting - for your children and you as their parents or carers. But who am I kidding – ...
16 July 2021   - Maya
Are you interested in our English courses but not sure what it entails? Well, you’re in luck. There just so happens to be a blogger who has just finished her first year as an English Literature: Creative Writing student… ...
16 July 2021   - Maya
With the help of Justine Oakes our sustainability officer, we were able to answer the question ‘why do we care about sustainability?’ in part one of the blogs: ‘Why we care about sustainability…’. Now we move on and understand what ...
16 July 2021   - Maya
I spoke to Sustainability Officer at the University of Suffolk Justine Oakes to learn about sustainability and what it means to the university. Since I had the pleasure of speaking to her and being able to use her knowledge in ...
11 July 2021   - Richard
This last year has not been ‘normal’ for anyone. But if you are considering a BSc in Computing (or a similar subject) then my experience of the last year may be of interest to you.I have just completed my ...
11 July 2021   - Lily
This summer, I finished the second year of my BSc (Hons) Wildlife Ecology and Conservation Science degree within the School of Engineering, Arts, Science and Technology. The days were always varied: there were lectures three to four times a week ...

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