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Despite what people may say, students are also susceptible to stress. From the pressure of performing well in your studies to the stress of living away from home and having to manage your money, balance a part-time job with your studies, and any additional pressure that may come your social circle and relationships. Send My Bag have put together this blog to give you some top tips on de-stressing as a student.
Most high-performing students don’t get successful results from sitting back and doing nothing at university. Whilst last-minute cramming sessions can work at times, for most students, graduating in the classification that they want is a result of effective working habits that they have developed throughout university. Send My Bag have put together this blog on the common habits of high-performing students, which, when developed over time, can remove the stressful dilemma of leaving everything to the last-minute. These habits are based more on the idea of studying smarter, rather than harder!
If you are struggling with money at university, you are not alone! The Guardian reported that in a study of 2,000 students, more than half regularly run out of money after receiving their student loan. In a UK national survey by Save the Student, 70% of students said that they would like to have had a better financial education before university. Send My Bag has put together this blog to give you key budgeting tips for university.
From moving into your student accommodation, to meeting new people, partying, and attending your first lectures and seminars, heading into your first year of university is an exciting time. It’s important to make the most out of this new experience. University doesn’t come with a step-by-step manual, however. It can be a rollercoaster of emotions, experiences, and challenges that you can only take as they come. Nonetheless, taking on tips and recommendations can help. With this in mind, Send My Bag has written this blog containing our top tips for your first year of university.
Freshers’ week ‒ what every first-time university student looks forward to. From moving into your halls of residence or house-share and meeting new people, to non-stop partying, freshers’ fair and freebies. You can’t totally escape from university classes in freshers’ week, however, as induction lectures will likely be scheduled into your timetable, where you’ll be given an overview of your courses and assessments, and what books you need to get.
For the most part, though, freshers’ week is your chance to have fun and meet new friends – it’s best to enjoy it while you can! We have put together this essential guide to freshers’ week to give you tips on making the most of your time as a Fresher, whilst of course being as safe and sensible as possible.
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