Leaving Leicester Without Losing Leicester
Posted by Frances in Criminology on July 31, 2017
About this time two years ago, I started my student blog and have learnt and grown so much since then, with the help of this blog to encourage me to reflect on my experiences. I distinctly remember being concerned that I wouldn’t be able to think of enough things to write about, but wow, has […]
Posted in Dissertation, Future | Tagged adventure, dissertation, end of uni, final, final year, future, goodbye, graduation, green criminology, growth, job, learning, passion, scarman prize, the end, third year, work
Budgeting at University.
Posted by Thomas in Criminology on March 3, 2014
How to Survive at University; Budgeting One of the biggest fears that I had before coming to University was the money side of things. Although I had some practice in budgeting, I was aware at University this would be a greater challenge. Budgeting itself is fairly simple, if you can aim to spend only […]
Posted in Employment, Money, Work | Tagged banking, budgeting, employment, food, income, job, money, savings