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6 May 2019   - Sarah
Starting uni might seem like a while off, but before you know it, you’ll be in the car on your way to a new start. Wherever you’re going to university, there’s a few things you can do ...
1 May 2019   - Sarah
You might already be thinking of coming to university or wanting to have a look around on an open day. It’s important to have some questions that you want to ask, so have a think about it over the ...
30 April 2019   - Sarah
Starting university is really exciting, and for a lot of us, it’s the first time that we’ve really moved away from home and experienced proper independence. Living in university halls can feel a lot different from being at ...
16 April 2019   - Sarah
If you’re starting at the University of Suffolk in September, you might have a few questions about life at uni. I’ve picked out a few of our most frequently asked questions to help you out. Of course, you ...
1 February 2019   - Sarah
Suffolk is full of fun, exciting things and hidden gems. Take some time to explore this part of the country if you’re new to the area, or get to know new things about the area you’ve grown up ...
10 September 2018   - Aycan
Blimey, where the summer has gone? Sorry to burst your tropical bubble but…September is here. While August has left us for another year, most of us have probably started thinking about uni and planning our comeback.While second and ...
22 August 2018   - Sophie
Starting university can be very scary - especially for those who have moved away from home, but just as much so for people who live in the town/city of their university.No amount of stories from your friends and ...
19 August 2018   - Sarah
It’s getting close! You might be thinking about what to pack for your new life at uni. You still have plenty of time to start getting ready - see my top tips below to help you with your packing!...
2 July 2018   - Sophie
In my profile I mentioned briefly that my original plan before university was to finish college and find a job. I had no idea what I wanted to do career-wise, so I saw no point in applying for university.As ...

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