The main point I’m trying to stress in this blog is how different every day is for midwives and student midwives – no two days are the same and you never know what it is you’re going to encounter next. Here is my week in the life of an RGU student midwife, looking over four particular shifts I had in February. (more…)
Ever wondered what it’s like to notice yourself going mad, yet enjoy what you are doing to the bone? Yeah I never thought that would happen either, but studying architecture is exactly that. (more…)
When you think of fashion hubs the likes of London, Paris and New York most likely spring to mind. The North-East town of Elgin… not so much… However, it is home to the U.K.’s largest textile manufacturer, Johnstons of Elgin. With a history spanning over 200 years, Johnstons prides itself for its heritage and innovation, crafting quality cashmere and knitwear. (more…)
Ping is from Hong Kong and started studying MSc Project Management in January 2018.
Time files. Today is Jan 31. I have been in Aberdeen for a month.
My first home in Aberdeen is Copthorne Hotel at Huntly Street which I stayed there for 12 days. The first week I was busy viewing houses which I arranged before I came.
10 apartments viewed within 5 days. Average 2 apartments per day! (more…)
As as Journalism student I am always asked “So you want write for newspapers, right?” Well, yeah…it’s one of many possible occupations I could be interested in, but there is actually more to it than that. The world is open to you, to your creativity and your ideas.
Many journalism students may fancy writing, I’m more into video production and writing longer feature stories. I need to express myself and put little piece of myself into my work.
I feel that my course has helped me to realise what I want to do. Journalism has showed me the direction I want my life to move in. Every time I’m asked whether I enjoy my course, I always say yes and I really mean it. If that shy girl with a lack of confidence didn’t choose to study journalism one year ago, she wouldn’t be where she is now. She wouldn’t be required to step out of her comfort zone and talk to complete strangers. She wouldn’t have made amazing friends with the same interests and goals.
What I like about my course and probably the British education system as a whole is its more practical approach. I feel like we are expected to use our own initiative in our studies, work on different home projects and study at home as we only have lectures three times a week, which is great! My home country, Czech Republic, is completely different. Students go to uni in the morning and come back in the evening almost every day. They are given exams throughout the year and have big oral examinations from all subjects they study at the end of each semester. Another reason why I’m happy to be studying Journalism at RGU!
On February 5th it will finally be the eagerly awaited Nutella Day! For Nutella fans out there, here are a few sweet treats you can rustle up! Perfect for when you are sat at home studying, especially those focussing on your thesis!! (more…)