The Ultimate Student Guide to Sheffield 2021

The Ultimate Student Guide to Sheffield 2021

Despite being known for decades as the ‘city of steel’, Sheffield remains in the top spot as Europe’s city with the highest number of trees to people – with 2.5 million trees and a population of around 584,853, equating to equate to roughly four trees per...
5 reasons to study in Belfast

5 reasons to study in Belfast

Gemma-Louise Bond is a lifestyle blogger under the name That Belfast Girl. She studied at both Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University.  My student experience (all five years of it!) happened in my home city of Belfast. Aside from having some of the best...
The Ultimate Student Guide to Dublin 2021

The Ultimate Student Guide to Dublin 2021

Known around the world as the Capital city of Ireland (and one of the best places to spend those infamous annual St Patrick’s Day celebrations), Dublin is a great place to experience at any age – from the younger years through to adulthood and beyond.  But...
6 Shows To Binge-Watch This Winter

6 Shows To Binge-Watch This Winter

2020 is over (thank goodness), but it doesn’t look like we’re out of the woods in the UK yet. With a new strain of the virus and travel restrictions in place, we’re likely all about to spend even more time indoors.  The good news? Streaming services...
Applying for an Apprenticeship: Everything You Need to Know

Applying for an Apprenticeship: Everything You Need to Know

According to the Commons Library, apprenticeships are more popular than ever. In 2020, 275,900 candidates applied for apprenticeships. It’s easy to see why: they’re a structured entry point into the workforce.  And while coronavirus has impacted the job market, the...
Green and Eco Living at Uni: 5 Sustainability Tips

Green and Eco Living at Uni: 5 Sustainability Tips

Climate change can feel like an insurmountable problem, but there are little changes you can make to embrace an eco-living lifestyle. Even as a busy uni student, it can be simple to make your life “greener,” and those small changes of individuals add up to a larger...