Month: April 2017

6 months into my placement

It has now been 6 months since I began my placement with the RGU Marketing team, I can hardly believe it! It feels like just yesterday I was writing about my experience three months in. (more…)

Introducing Inga

Hello my dears!

Am I the only one who thinks that beginnings are quite uncomfortable? Although very beautiful and magical at the same time, simply because they represent new experience, embody new choices and are very thrilling as you have literally no clue what is going to happen! (more…)

Interview Nerves

So you’ve worked hard on perfecting your CV and application form and now you’ve succeeded in getting your first graduate job interview!  Well done! Of course, for most of us this is the most nerve-wracking part of the recruitment process.  (more…)

Life as a Home Student

Hi everyone! Having been at uni for almost an entire year – still can’t believe it – I thought I should share some of my experiences as a ‘stay at home student’. The majority of the friends I have made live in halls and they all appear to be having the best time; granted they are all missing home, but for the time being they are really enjoying it. Nevertheless, I still absolutely love uni life; just a little bit differently. (more…)

How to deal with Homesickness

Ever since I have left my country, visits back have gradually decreased. There have been periods of 6 months of not seeing friends and family from home. But regardless of how long you need to wait till you go home, it will always feel like a stretch. Some periods of time are worse than others, however, after being in Scotland for over two years now, I’d like to share some things I do to avoid feeling as homesick. (more…)

What’s in a pitch?

On Thursday 2 March, I ran a workshop as part of Robert Gordon University’s Enterprise Event – 2 days filled with stimulating, challenging and inspiring events designed to stimulate the imagination of students to think out of the career box. (more…)