My Turn to Graduate

30/07/2018 Harriet Dallen 0

This is a celebratory season. Every year, this is the season where I attend my friend’s graduation, looking at pictures with graduation gown and sending congratulate messages. This year, it’s finally my turn to graduate! I have been longing for […]

My Journey to King’s

29/03/2018 Harriet Dallen 0

I reckon every one of you have different objectives for studying. In this post, let me briefly introduce my subjective experiences as to why I chose King’s and what is student life at King’s like. In choosing where to study, I started by considering “which city is the best”. […]

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Musings of a Pharmacy Student

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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Adapting to the British education system

26/05/2016 Xinyi Zhang 0

Author: LeeAnn Transitioning to a new school system is difficult, especially in a foreign country. Luckily, your tutors and induction program will give you all of the information you need about grading, assignments, exams, and anything else relevant to the […]