A Day in the Life of a Law Student

12/07/2018 Nadia Jones 0

Statistically speaking, law is the most difficult subject to score a first-class degree in. Does that mean it’s all doom and gloom? As a final year law student and certified survivor, I would argue in the negative. 10am: Lecture They […]

Preparing for Exams

08/03/2018 Harriet Dallen 0

It’s the time of the year again; exams…and SUMMER! Looking back at May 2017 when I took my first final year exam in university, all I remember is “last minute cramping”. Every time, after a deadline or an exam, I […]

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Tupperware & paperwork, some pre-departure tips

07/09/2017 0

Author: Bea I recall having quite a few friendly arguments with my mother when I left my hometown (Düsseldorf, Germany) to come and study at King’s back in 2014. The subject of our disagreement: what to pack. Which brings me […]

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Musings of a Pharmacy Student

24/08/2017 0

Author: Yik Ming Boey Often unfairly perceived by the general public as being mindless vending machines or more unflatteringly, “drug dealers”, pharmacists are in actuality an integral part of the healthcare system.

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Study spaces at King’s and in London

16/03/2017 0

Author:  Anwar By the time I started my English degree at King’s, because I had taken some time out after finishing my A-Levels, it was almost two years since I had written an essay or taken an exam. It’s safe […]