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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A farewell blog
Posted by Olivia W in Sociology on July 20, 2016
As I was walking onto the stage at De Montfort Hall on Friday 15th July to receive my degree certificate I was feeling a huge mixture of emotions. I was hugely proud and happy to be graduating with a First Class Honours in Sociology but sad that my three years at University had come to […]
Posted in Graduation | Tagged farewell, graduation, leicester, sociology, university, UoL
How your degree actually works…
Posted by Olivia W in Sociology on July 5, 2015
So there was me assuming that to get a certain degree classification when you’ve reached the end of your studying you just need to average out at that grade, i.e. to get a first you could achieve a range of 2:1’s and firsts but as long as they average out as 70% or above then […]
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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 […]
Posted in Career, Exams, Graduation, Work