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New Year’s Resolutions for Students

Each year on the last day of December we make a promise to ourselves, that we will study more, go out less, eat healthier, attend the gym regularly… But by February most of these resolutions are broken. We’ve listed 7 New Year’s Resolutions students should make and keep to. Plan,

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Revising during the festive period

Are you looking forward to the Christmas break but also feeling like you’re pushing the thought of January exams and assignments to the back of your mind? Having to revise over Christmas may feel like you are punishing yourself and that you’d rather be doing anything else but. Don’t worry!

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4 Tips on Managing your Health and Well-being at University

Student Anmbrin shares 4 tips on managing your health and well-being while at university. Finding and creating a work-life balance as a student is crucial in order to optimise your perfect student experience and achieve the best grades possible. If you’ve not found what works for you, continue reading and

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Thinking of changing courses at university?

Sometimes we question the decisions we make and choosing what course you want to study at university is quite a big one. If you find yourself having doubts over whether you have chosen the right course at university, it is not something you should ignore. It is important to talk

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Managing your mental health and well-being

At Newman University, we understand the worries and stresses that students face. University life can be difficult; perhaps you’re living away from home for the first time worrying about money or, the workload is more than you’ve had to deal with previously. It is important to remember that everybody deals

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How to Boost your Employability Prospects

Our Senior Careers Officer Melissa, has some handy advice for those of you who want to boost your employability prospects, check them out! If you were going on a long journey in your car tomorrow, what would you do? You would probably plan your route, you may check your tyres,

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13 Ways Newman University Takes Care of You

At Newman University, we provide a great range of support facilities for our students. Whether you want academic, money management, LGBTQ+ support or anything else – we try our best to help take care of your health and wellbeing. Academic support The Academic Support Advisers (ASA) are available to support students

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History student Daniel James Arnold’s story

Daniel James Arnold is an adult learner, he studies History (BA) here at Newman University as well as working as a Senior Team Member and he was keen to share his experience of the course, teaching and the university in general. “This history degree has given me a greater boost

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Surviving life after University

So, you’ve done it! You’ve completed your degree and it’s now time to think about what the next steps are… It might first seem like a shock to the system if you have to move back home and no longer live with your flatmates, have to live by the rules

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