Hi all! This blog has been inspired by my role as an ambassador for the school of psychology at Cardiff. Apart from writing this blog, my role is to be a point of contact both for prospective students and undergraduates to ask questions about my experiences with the course, the university and Cardiff in general.
Hi all! So as promised in my last blog (part 1.), here is the much-anticipated (:S) part 2. For those of you who have not read part 1 yet, it’s not essential but it may give some background that may be useful. So where we left off….We’re at WOW2013 and its early afternoon, and now
Hi all! So after writing this blog I have realised it is quite lengthly…. it also becomes a wee bit philosophical times, can get kind of reflective/analytical and also touches on some controversial topics. Therefore to refrain from overwhelming you with too much of my casual and not-so-casual-ramblings and just general stuff, i have decided
Hi All! So this week has been…a bit different to say the least. As some of you may come across in the next couple of weeks, i have basically spent this week being filmed. (Not quite big brother style…thank goodness!) The department and I have been making video for you guys/whoever can’t make the open
Hi all, I am very conscious of the fact that I haven’t written a blog in a good couple of months….what can I say? Christmas, exams and reorganising my life have been a main focus, and I just about feel back on top! Christmas was absolutely lush! Having not been back home for pretty much
Hi all! So last Saturday was incredible! Four committee members from PsyCardiff teamed up to take part in something I would never have dared doing before I came to uni… In fact, agreement to this was pretty spontaneous (not a usual characteristic of mine). I’m talking about an event RAG (Raise & Give society) organise
Hi all! So I thought I’d do a little spotlight on something that has played a major role in my life over the past couple of months: PsyCardiff – The Psychology Society. I’m sure all of you know the deal with societies…they’re run by students for students. They put on events, have crazy socials, and
Hi all! I was walking through the centre of town yesterday and I kept noticing parents and students carrying the classic ‘open day’ bag from Cardiff. When I got home my Twitter feed was filled with retweets from @CardiffUniThrive to say how brilliant Cardiff was, and that people can’t wait to come here. It made