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25 April 2019   - Sarah
If it’s your first time at student accommodation, you might not be sure about what to expect. As a person who’s entering their third year in student halls, I can give you some do’s and don’ts ...
23 April 2019   - Sarah
Getting feedback on your essays can be a really daunting thing, and it might be something that you try to avoid. However, it’s really important to use this feedback, as it’s something your lecturers use to help you ...
18 April 2019   - Sarah
We all love getting a good photo on Instagram and we’re really lucky in Suffolk with all the great photo spots we have. Here’s some places you could visit to get some good snaps.Ipswich WaterfrontJust step out ...
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 ...
12 April 2019   - Sarah
Does your course have a placement? Whether you’re a student who’s about to go on their first placement, or you’re thinking about taking a course with a placement, it can be a very daunting thought. Emma is ...
10 April 2019   - Sarah
This post is part of our All About You series, focusing on wellbeing at university. In the run up to exams and deadlines, it’s easy for your mood to suffer. Stress can affect both your physical and mental health, ...
8 April 2019   - Katie
April is Stress Awareness Month and also the start of our All About You wellbeing campaign. We’re kicking off with a post about recognising and combatting stress, with some helpful techniques and links to support services.What is stress?...
4 April 2019   - Sarah
This post is part of our All About You series, focusing on wellbeing at university. We’ve been talking recently about improving mental health around exam times. We’ve focused a lot on ourselves, but how can we improve mental ...
1 April 2019   - Sarah
With deadlines coming up, it’s easy to sometimes procrastinate. Taking a bit of time off from studying is OK, and sometimes procrastinating in the right way can make you more productive. Here’s five useful things to do if ...

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