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10 September 2019   - Sarah
Moving away from home for the first time can be tough, whether you’re an hour from home or much further away. It’s a big change; new tutors, new friends, and new way of living. Just remember, you’re ...
4 September 2019   - Sarah
Your first university lectures and seminars are just a couple of weeks away. Enjoy the rest of your holiday, and of course, Freshers' Week, but in the days leading up, try to make a bit of time to prepare for ...
29 August 2019   - Sarah
Being a first year at university can make you feel alone in a big crowd, especially if you’re a bit of an introvert. Starting university is about breaking out of your comfort zone, trying new things and meeting new ...
22 August 2019   - Rose
I wrote this post on Results Day, which means a lot of you who are reading this will have just received offers to study at the University of Suffolk. Congratulations! We are very excited to welcome you. Now comes the ...
16 August 2019   - Sarah
One of the stereotypes of being a typical student tends to be that they enjoy clubbing, bars and nights out. However, that might not really be your scene or you might be looking for something a bit different to do ...
13 August 2019   - Fiona
With A-Level results due to come out on Thursday 15 August this year, thousands of students across the country are waiting to find out where they will be going for the next step in their education.Back in the summer of 2016, ...
26 July 2019   - Sarah
Suffolk is really well placed for day trips to the well known areas of England (and some lesser known areas). If you’re already at uni in Suffolk, thinking of coming, or starting in September, here’s some day trips ...
25 July 2019   - Sarah
At this time of year, it’s likely that you’re starting to look more seriously at what accommodation you want to live in during your time at uni. There’s quite a few different places to look at, which ...
19 July 2019   - Sarah
Clearing sometimes sounds like a negative thing, but it really isn’t. Sometimes things don’t go to plan and that’s OK. Sometimes they do go to plan and you have a change of heart. Clearing doesn't have to ...

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