Freshers' Advice

6 Easy Cocktails to Impress your New Mates
Pre-drinks is the best part of a night out, and you know it is. The night is young, energy levels are high and your Spotify is doing bits for your social life.
Ways to Delay Freshers' Flu for as Long as Possible
The excitement of starting university can often take over the sensible side of our brains. Which means there’s always one experience every fresher seems to forget about: the dreaded freshers’ flu.
5 Reasons You Should Join a Society at Uni
The best parts of university? Most would say nightlife and some would say courses. But for many more, it’s clubs and societies that make the university experience so memorable.
The True Stories of Freshers Week...
Freshers Week – two words that conjure so many memories. Anyone you know who’s gone through university will jump at the chance to chew your ear off about their raucous first year shenanigans.
Woman sitting in cafe studying.
Revision can be tricky at the best of times. Between being distracted by your phone, your TV and everything else in the room, it can be difficult to hit the books in the lead up to exams.
An image of London Bridge.
From the city types to the eccentrics, London is home to every type of person you could imagine. Thinking of making the move to the capital? Here are some awesome benefits you can look forward to.
A close up of a student in graduation robes.
There’s a big difference between being a wide-eyed fresher and a wise final year. For one, every moment of the university experience is new and exciting and for the other? Well, it’s still pretty awesome. There are, however, pros and cons of each – from partying to starting the next chapter of your life.