Written by Charlotte Boyce a current NTU Law student Mental health and University. Tackling them at the same time is never going to be easy and sometimes feels like you will never come out at the other end but here I am, standing proof that you can tackle these two things together. I always suffered … More Bad days turning into good days
Written by a BA and MA Sociology NTU Alumni I remember feeling lost as my parents and I said our teary goodbyes and I was stood in my caravan like room. I sat down on my bed thinking, now what. My flat was desolate (please bear in mind, I decided to go to university a … More Don’t panic, I promise it’ll be the best years of your life
As we are now in the last term of this academic year, it can be a time of a stress what with final deadlines and exams. So, we’ve got some helpful tips on how to manage stress from a current NTU Construction Project Management student! It may seem like there’s nothing you can do about … More Stress Management
By Leanne Hall, an NTU Law Alumni Like a lot of 18 year olds, I set off for my first year at NTU full of excitement, anxiety and apprehension about what I was about to experience. The first term passed in no time at all. I had a good set of flat mates, loved studying … More Sometimes a challenge is exactly what you need!
By a 2nd year NTU student, Mandarin Chinese and International Relations As a student I totally and completely know how difficult it can be to look after yourself, especially when you’re dealing with deadlines or doing adult stuff like paying bills and doing your weekly shop. This post will provide tips to deal with … More Anxiety & Depression bogging you down?
By Matt Nicholson a BA Broadcast Journalism NTU Alumni It’s about this time of year where hundreds, if not thousands, of final year university students up and down the country start to think about life after their studies. Whether you’re a prospective lawyer, journalist or sports scientist, with the job market continuing to be concentrated … More The Value of Self-Investment
By Nicholas Watkin Communication and Society with English NTU Alumni In 2014, at the age of 27, I found myself isolated from my family and friends, in massive amounts of debt, homeless for four months and deeply depressed. I felt myself a victim, none of what I was suffering felt like it was my fault. … More Reaching out for help