Is this the beginning of the end?
Posted by Faheema in Sociology on December 10, 2018
It is that time of year when everyone is slowing down and gearing up for the Christmas holidays. The city centre is well lit and campus has just hosted its annual Christmas market (the best food is eaten here!). But as a third and final year student, this point of the year is basically the […]
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The November grind
Posted by Faheema in Sociology on November 2, 2017
It’s that time of the year when the Christmas holidays seem so close yet so far! But don’t worry, there’s just over a month to go! This time last year, as a fresher, we were getting grilled about deadlines from all of our modules and the library was starting to fill up with those writing […]
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Don’t worry about the future!
Posted by Olivia W in Sociology on February 4, 2016
Third year at university is hard because not only have you got a 10,000 word dissertation to write (alongside your other modules!) but you also have the thought looming over your head that in a few months you’ll be leaving university and entering the world of work. Whilst many people studying Sociology here at Leicester […]
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Take a positive outlook on the future
Posted by Olivia W in Sociology on August 7, 2015
As I said in my previous blog, I have recently been travelling and one of the best parts about my trip was meeting people. Amongst the tons of people I met there was one man, from Austria, who altered my view about my future. Having just finished my second year at university I had begun to get worried about the […]
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Positivity is key; a post for the worriers and tired ‘over-achievers’ this exam season.
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on January 17, 2014
Usually during exam season, I am the typical sleepless, stressed and crazed looking girl standing in the corner, mumbling memorised notes under my breath whilst clutching my 7th cup of coffee. This year, however, I seem to have become one of those magical, calm and collected students, who despite feeling those normal feelings of exam […]
Keeping up student morale this exam season; TeachFirst edition.
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on January 7, 2014
Happy New Year, folks! Here’s to hoping 2014 is full of wonderful things for us all. One thing I am certainly hoping is in store for my 2014 is top-notch grades (winning the lottery would be nice too, but you can’t have everything)! So, in hopes of achieving my 2014 aim, I have been revising […]
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Why Sociology IS a credible degree; shh-ing the critics.
Posted by Amy-Rose in Sociology on March 13, 2013
If you were to ask me what my degree of Sociology actually is, there would be multiple paths of explanation I would have to consider before I answered. To my Nana’s sweet little old Nana friends, I tell them that I study society which ultimately helps to make Government policy. Throw ‘Government policy’ in my […]
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