Month: July 2022
Reading Time: 2 minutes As a member of the School of Informatics, you will use computing services called DICE extensively throughout your studies. Read more here to find out what it is.
Reading Time: 2 minutes University is an exciting period of anyone’s life; however, it can also be quite overwhelming. It is important that we look after our mental health and wellbeing throughout the academic year so that we can perform at our best. Here are some of Donald’s top tips on mental health and work/life balance.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Donald Jennings, Informatics Student, shares his experience of his 1st and 2nd at the University.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The School of Informatics has a strong link to industry and student enterprise. Each year there are many tech start-ups that come out of the school, and you can get involved with. In 2020-21, there were 100 start-ups founded by students with help from Edinburgh Innovations – the University’s commercialisation service.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The University uses the Common Marking Scheme as guidance for markers when they are determining a grade for a submitted piece of work. This also gives you feedback on how you are doing at each stage of assessment. If you’re wondering what it means for your grades, read ahead!
Reading Time: 3 minutes Donald Jennings, Informatics Student, talks about how to find an internship with a company.
Reading Time: 2 minutes As a student at the University, you will be using two important tools called MyEd and Learn Ultra. Understanding how to use each of these tools effectively is important. Read below to familiarise yourself with them!
Reading Time: < 1 minute Computer Science student, Sraddheya, tells us about a typical week in Year 1, Semester 1 in the School of Informatics.
Reading Time: 2 minutes One thing you will soon realise as a student is that we have a lot of work to get through in a week. Staying on top of your workload is important, so you can perform at your best and not fall behind on with your studies. Here are some of my top tips for managing your time.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Long-term memorisation is depended on the way you study. Being able to study efficiently is a critical skill to develop at your time at university, so read further for more information.