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Edinburgh Napier University 2020/2021 African Undergraduate and Postgraduate Scholarships for study...

Application Deadline: Ongoing  Edinburgh Napier University has partial scholarships of £3,000 available for self-funding students domiciled in Africa starting a course at Edinburgh Napier in September 2020 or January 2021. Requirements Students studying full-time courses lasting longer than 12 months or those who study MBA (Engineering Management), MBA (Strategic Project Management) and MBA (Leadership Practice)…

One second of every day of Epiphany term at Durham Uni.

Hello everyone!In today’s quick video I take you through my Epiphany (second) term of my second year at Durham University as a Marketing and Management student at St Mary’s College. This term has been full of work, time with friends, running and much more so have a look at the snippets of my days to…

I lobbied in Parliament: here’s what it resembles …

Alternative title: The day you realise MPs are human beings too Ok, now, before anyone assumes anything. No, I’m no one important. Like, at all. What I DO do, though, is fight for things that are bigger than myself, and important. When I saw the opening to become a ONE Youth Ambassador for the UK,…

A snowy day without lectures at Durham University!

Abbie DavisHello, I’m Abbie! I’m a second year, and since starting at Durham I’ve been filming the madness that is my life as a History and French student! Alongside my degree and my YouTube channel Kabs Craic, I also have a radio show on Purple Radio, my own column in Buzz Magazine, and I’m Head…

A day in the life of a first-year History trainee

I am a member of the College of St Hild and St Bede – I think my favourite thing about Hild Bede is the close sense of community. Being neither a member of the Bailey nor the Hill colleges, it is easy to forget Hild Bede, but that just means that we are much more…

Day in the life of a Classics trainee

Thursdays are by far my busiest days; ask any first-year Classics student, and they’ll say the same: we have two of our core modules and two language classes. It’s quite a contrast to my Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays when I have no lectures at all. I found it hard at the beginning of the year…

My year abroad experience

When I talk about my year abroad, it often seems fragmented, a bit all over the place and it tends to confuse people. Do not stress, I am here to lay down every step I took in the crazy 14 months I spent away! First of all, I took my year abroad as a compulsory…

Can’t choose? Integrated Honours might be for you

I’m here to dismantle your preconceptions on the popularly ‘infamous’ life of a Combined Honours student! Before I came to Durham, I had a clear idea I wanted to work in the third sector. I loved languages, had an interest in politics and wanted to travel as part of my future job. International Relations sounded…

Heinrich Böll Structure Undergraduates, Graduates and Doctoral Scholarships 2020/2021 for Research...

Application Deadline: March 1st 2020 The Heinrich Böll Foundation grants scholarships to approximately 1,200 undergraduates, graduates, and doctoral students of all subjects and nationalities per year, who are pursuing their degree at universities, universities of applied sciences (‘Fachhochschulen’), or universities of the arts (‘Kunst-/Musikhochschulen’). The Heinrich Böll Foundation expect the scholarship recipients to have excellent…

Arctic Chill with Chris and Phil

‘The Arctic’, a location deemed wild and pristine; a land so North that jumpers are mandatory all year round. As a BSc Geography student, The Arctic module offered a field trip to Tromso, Norway. I can honestly say that the people I have met on the field trip both on and off the geography course…

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