This blog is run by students for students (including prospective ones) so you can get an insight into life at King’s, what it’s like to study in London, and share your thoughts as you study alongside us! You can also follow us on social media for daily updates: Facebook , Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram
Our 2018-19 postgrad cohorts are settled in and loving their courses, so it’s time we introduced you to your digital ambassadors for the year! These three will be running the PG side of the blog from January and will be around to answer any and all questions you may have about studying at the IoPPN,… More Your 2019 PG digital ambassadors!
Two former BSc Psychology students tell us some of their favourite things about studying Psychology at King’s. Find out from them some of the perks of studying Psychology in the heart of London. Val: Favourite thing #1: Hodgkin Building Vines grow at the side of the building and changes with the different seasons. It is… More What students like about studying Psychology at King’s
While studying at the IoPPN it’s important to take care of your own mental health. For this last blog, we will share some things we do for self-care and introduce you to services at King’s that can support your mental health. We hope you this will help you take care of yourself as you begin… More 10 ways to practice self-care
You may be wondering, what happens after exams are over? This blog will be about our research and how we’ve been spending our time this summer! Hopefully, it will give you some insight to the last part of your Masters at King’s.
That’s it, we are packing up the kettle and saying goodbye to King’s. This is our last blog of the year so thought we would do a roundup of our best bits from our time at King’s and some lessons we have learnt.
Good luck to those of you who are still doing exams and for those of you who are done we hope you are having a good summer. We are done for the semester and Val and Pauline have finished the whole BSc Psychology degree. As such we are all thinking about careers and thought we… More After BSc Psychology, what’s next?
Deciding what to do after your MSc can be tough, whether you want to go on to get a job or further education. To make some of these options clearer in this month’s blog we interview Ziada Ayorech, who completed the Mental Health Studies MSc in 2014.
We hope you are all well. We are just in the middle of our exams and know that some of you are too. We thought it would be good to write a blog post about our exam tips, what the BSc Psychology exams are like at King’s and the support available around exam time. Starting… More BSc Psychology revision tips
This month’s blog is on tips for studying at the IoPPN and exam advice. It’s perfect timing because we are in exam period right now. Exams can be a stressful time and hopefully these tips will make it a little easier
In this blog post, to give you an insight into life at King’s Val and Pauline share the things they love and what they will miss the most about King’s and Liv shares her favourite places to eat.