July 26, 2016    No Comments

Private halls are much like the halls provided by Cardiff Metropolitan University on campus, however the ones on campus are mainly offered to first year students. After your first year you have to search for new accommodation such as living in a shared house, or moving in to privately-managed halls (this means halls run by another company, not by the Uni). During second year I was in a shared house with my boyfriend and two friends but after this experience, I can now see the benefits and the ease of staying in halls!

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May 9, 2016    No Comments

I was recently invited to attend the annual Cardiff Met Sports Awards, as a result of my cheerleading and powerlifting. It was such a great night where we got a chance to dress up, have a nice meal and celebrate all the sporting achievements of the year!

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To survive a long day at University you have to take the right things! Check out this video to find out what I take with me to get through my days at Cardiff Met 🙂

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April 12, 2016    No Comments

My goals when I started University were; to have fun, make friends and get good grades – so far it’s going great! I am pretty sure that everyone’s goals will be very similar, so I thought I would write something a bit different to the usual ‘student advice’ posts, and instead talk about what not to do when starting University!

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March 30, 2016    No Comments

It can be hard to know what to pack for University, some of the most useful items I have ended up needing I would NEVER have even thought of before coming here! Hopefully my latest video will give you a few ideas 🙂

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March 14, 2016    No Comments

I love living and studying in Cardiff! My latest video is all about the 10 things I love most about living and studying in Cardiff and at Cardiff Met…

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February 16, 2016    No Comments

Take a look at my video for a busy day consisting of Strength and Conditioning training, a Physiology lab session, Biomechanics testing and a Psychology lecture, and see what life as a second year Sports & Exercise Science student is like 🙂

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