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Juggling work and studying at uni
Fatima Lobocka is a second-year student studying Psychology, who was born in Poland and is half Iraqi.  (More)
Why I went to uni to study Criminology and Sociology
Juste is a third year undergraduate student studying Criminology and Sociology, who used to do ba (More)
Things to consider when deciding to go to university
Diana is a third year Law student, who loves mystery novels and painting.   Why I went to university (More)
Meet an undergraduate Psychology student
Malaika is a third-year student studying Psychology, who enjoys watching crime documentaries on Netflix.  What I study I study Psychology, which is the scientific study of the mind and behaviour – how humans act, think and feel in differe (More)
A student's guide to making friends
Ayesha is a third year student studying Criminology with Quantitative Methods, and has a cat named Buster.  (More)
A student's tips for exam success
Nadia is a second-year undergraduate student studying BSc Children’s Nursing who has been skydiving twice (More)
What does a Law student get up to at uni?
Emily is a third-year student studying Law, who loves cats and being a part of City's More)
Why I went to university  to study Journalism
Julia is a third year student studying Journalism, who likes listening to old music and watching sunsets.  To go to university or not to go? For me, going to university was a natural choice. I have never thought about not attending a universi (More)
Meet a BA Journalism student
Julia is an undergraduate student studying Journalism, who likes listening to old music and watching sunsets (More)
Meet a Computer Science student
Alexandra is a third year student studying Computer Science, who once made a short video game in only (More)
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