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An exciting start to Second Year!

An exciting start to Second Year!

One of the things that drew me to study Geology are the plentiful opportunities it provides to travel. My start to second year began on the 9th September when we travelled to Almeria, Spain for a week. This blog will briefly document my trip. Unfortunately, I have far too much to say, but I’ll try and […]

Roll up! Roll up! Welcome to Leicester!

Congratulations if you’ve just received your A2 exam results and you’re heading here, to the University of Leicester! You’re about to embark on a wonderful time, and if you’re doing your degree in Geology – welcome to the department!   I think my first thoughts on university were a very mixed bag of emotions. I […]

Time Lapse: Throwing our hats into the air. Scroll down to see us try to catch them again!

Graduation and Goodbye

The time has come for me to bid farewell to Leicester, the four fantastic years I spent here and all of the incredible friends I made along the way. To celebrate the achievements of its students a University usually puts on this little thing called a Graduation ceremony which I always though was no big […]

Confessions of a Student: Part 1

Confessions of a Student: Part 1

Budgeting! Before university, it’s the one word we hear a thousand times from our parents! Commuting, textbooks, food, the list is endless. Among many other things, these need to be considered into our budgets. Some students are really lucky they can rely on the bank of mum and dad for either a weekly allowance or […]

Me with Jane

Leaving Leicester: What I shall miss

So the sad time has come that I must leave the wonderful city of Leicester, the University and all of my incredible friends in the rock store, I mean the people that I have spent the last 4 years with. It has been the best experience of my life so far and I am sad […]

The three-legged race!

Making the most of Vicky Park

One benefit of going to the University of Leicester is that one bright sunny days (like this one!) you can spend the day lazing around with your friends. This particularly sunny day happened to be my birthday so a large group of us met on the park for scones and pimms (very posh I know!). Despite […]

Tips for surviving an MGeol

Here is a list of things I wish I had known before starting my 4th year masters project! 1) Keep track of everything you do in a diary. The diary was actually part of our final mark so we all had to submit one, however I found it so useful to write thoughts and to […]

Life after MGeol hand in

… it does exist! Repeat: I can confirm that life continues after the slow walk to reception, arms laden with around 20,000 words (from 2 paper copies), two CDs and a project diary in order to hand the last 9 months of your life over the counter. The past week has been strangely empty without the constant […]

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