Author: s1944129

Reading Time: 4 minutes So… What’s the next step after graduation? Many of us graduates are looking to enter the job market and hopefully begin a career within our chosen field. But, getting a foot in the door can be tricky. How do you enter the adult world of work and career? It can be different for everyone, but […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes As this academic year winds up, I’ve reflected on my experience as a social media rep for the School of GeoSciences. When I applied last Autumn, I thought it would be a great way to meet people, create fun content, and gain some communications experience.    I heard about the position during a School of GeoSciences’ information session […]

Reading Time: 5 minutes As my time in the Energy, Society and Sustainability MSc is coming to an end, I thought I would share some information, experiences and reflections and a few tips I have for incoming students and for those who are simply curious and would like to know more about the programme.  Information I will begin with […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes Finishing up semester assignments and writing dissertation work has become quite different as of late. During this time, we are having to adapt to working from home, which can be quite challenging for some. Personally, I had the routine of studying at the university library in order to get out of the flat and feel […]

Reading Time: 4 minutes Being a masters student about to go on a field trip in a matter of weeks changed when COVID-19 became a pandemic. Not only were the remaining weeks of classes moved online, but so was my programme’s field trip. Knowing that one of my core courses was basically built on the experiences and education we’d […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes One of the aspects of transitioning from undergraduate to postgraduate studies that I would’ve found helpful would have been to hear from a postgrad about the differences between undergrad and postgrad studies. For example, whether there’s any difference in the amount of time spent in class versus independent study, in the way of studying, and in the level of independence compared to undergrad. So, I hope you will find my thoughts helpful, after 5 months as a postgrad, on the differences between the […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes During my last two years of undergrad in the US, I knew I wanted to continue my studies at master’s level and do so in an English-speaking country. Completing my undergrad in the US was a great experience but I wanted to continue my journey in another wonderful place that was closer to home (Sweden). This led me to the UK, to Scotland, and at […]

Reading Time: 3 minutes It still feels like we just started the new spring term and I’ve just found my routine again. I thought I would share what a typical day looks like for a postgrad student in the School of Geosciences, more specifically for an Energy, Society and Sustainability postgrad. I was trying to think of my routine […]

Reading Time: 4 minutes Welcome back everyone! We hope 2020 has begun well and that you’ve had a good start to the new semester. The first week back always seems to be busy settling in and getting used to new class schedules and routines. However, for those adventurous at heart, school work is only beginning and there’s lots of time […]


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